use panthers in a sentence.
I wonder whether police prefer this approach to accountability, or the Black Panthers approach?
I pretty much see anonymous as the black panthers of this generation.
Can infiltrating the Black Panthers really be considered "anti-freedoms"?
Incidentally, "Panther" was the first Mac OS X to be released in a black box instead of a white box, and they used shots of black panthers (the cat, not the political group) to promote 10.
I would say yes since he said it was too presumptions for him to say about the panthers.
Side note: panthers are technically black leopards or jaguars.