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| Salmo
 
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| A term that used by [[Highbear|Highbears]] to refer to individuals of another race. Used more as a dismissal than an actual insult as Highbears think lowly of other races.
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| A term that used by [[High Bear|High Bears]] to refer to individuals of another race. Used more as a dismissal than an actual insult as High Bears think lowly of other races.
| Used by an unidentified Highbear to dissuade the party from interfering in his conflict with [[Ursa Faiden]] in [[Woodcarvers]].
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| Used by an unidentified High Bear to dissuade the party from interfering in his conflict with [[Ursa Faiden]] in [[Woodcarvers]].
 
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| Smoothie
 
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|A'nu
 
|A'nu
| A racial slur used by [[Highbear|Highbears]] to refer to Lowbears (Highbears that have been disgraced).
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| A racial slur used by [[High Bear|High Bears]] to refer to Low Bears (High Bears that have been disgraced).
 
| This was the answer to one of the question [[Coober]] asked for his game show.
 
| This was the answer to one of the question [[Coober]] asked for his game show.
 
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