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Michigan 11-pointer

Michigan 11-pointer
 n.— «Hunters in northern Indiana refer to them as Michigan 11-pointers—young bucks with nothing more than a couple parallel bones sticking out of their head. They are typically healthy and legal to shoot, but are they worth the price of a tag?» —“Spike dilemma” by Don Mulligan KPC Media Group (Kendallville, Indiana) Nov. 16, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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