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hunting with beagle hounds.
Historical Examples

We have heard that beagling is considered by some of the senior boys to be ‘bad form.’
The Story of the “Britannia” E. P. Statham

For the pig is as necessary to truffle-hunting as the beagle is to beagling.
The Sin of Monsieur Pettipon Richard Connell


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