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How to use hari-kari in a sentence
Richard Ben Cramer explores the abduction of Olympic athlete Kari Swenson and the indefatigable sheriff who hunted her abductor.
And nobody reckoned on Kari Swenson getting back to the ski trail so fast and so strong.
Sure enough, two searchers from the dude ranch would have walked right past Kari and her captors.
In fact, you could call Kari Swenson a proper belle of Bozeman, the perfect flower of the New West.
The look was inspired by Dutch exotic dancer, courtesan, and the World War I spy Mata Hari.
But Kari got lost himself; so when the cowherd had recovered entirely, I went to look for his cows and my lost elephant.
The next time the fruit disappeared, I found a banana all smashed up in Kari's pavilion.
It seemed as though a shiver ran through Kari's body, and he stopped stock still.
The next summer Kari had grown so big and fat that I could not reach his back even when I stood on tiptoe.
Kari did not eat much but he nevertheless needed forty pounds of twigs a day to chew and play with.