rabbit
 n.— «Volunteers must go through an 80-hour training course to be certified Investigative Man Tracking Search Associates.…Once they got their orders, the three rescuers doing the assessment went right to work identifying signs of the missing trio and found a direction the three traveled. After that, it was slow going, measuring each footprint located, measuring the stride and eliminating those not from the missing people. He said the group did well, finding two of the three missing persons, or “rabbits” as he called them.» —“It’s slow going to save lives” by Karen Woodmansee Nevada Appeal (Carson City) June 29, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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