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caping
 n.— «She’s removing the hide from the skull of a hunter’s prize—a process called “caping”—in Dixon High’s taxidermy class.» —“A class with dirty details” by David Henson The Reporter (Vacaville, California) Oct. 24, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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