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hunt

verb burrow, chase, chase after, conduct a search, consectari, delve for, ensnare, explore, fasten oneeelf upon, ferret, follow, follow close upon, follow the trail, forage, give chase, go after, go in pursuit of, go in search of, grope for, gun for, hawk, hound, inquire for, look for, probe, prowl after, pry, pursue, quest, root, run after, search for, search out, seek, set a trap for, snare, stalk, trace, track down, trail, trap, try to find, venari
Associated concepts: extradition, hunt for a fugitive, search and seizure, search warrant
See also: chase, ferret, frisk, prey, pursue, pursuit, quest, research, search
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STILL IN THE HUNT The ban hasn't ended interest in hunting.
Also on the hunt was Mack Gray, who was looking for bobcat and boar.
Anti-hunting organisations and hunt saboteurs should now stop their malicious, prejudiced attacks on the rural community, understand that hunts intend to act within the law until this ridiculous and badly-drafted legislation is overturned, and stop causing unnecessary trouble in rural areas
Cheshire Forest Hunt joint master Peter Heaton said: "Part of the legislation exemptions is that you can use an unlimited number of hounds to flush for an unspecified mammal, which would include a bird of prey"The hounds are not hunting, but they are flushing for the hawk to hunt.
As a guest at one of these lodges, you can expect to hunt with top-notch guides and veteran hunting dogs.
Hunt predicted that International Rectifier might surprise Wall Street with larger-than-expected profits, and it came to pass.
Michonski, xhairman of RealShare (Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy's parent company) and CEO of Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy and William West have created a close working relationship between the Greenthal management arm and Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy.
Berry argues that the hunt was "a social practice, a symbol, a ritual, a discourse, [and] an ideology" (ix) vital to Elizabethan and Jacobean England.
A month prior to cancelling the spring bear hunt in 1999, John Snobelen, minister of natural resources was saying a spring ban was out of the question.
In this innovative, brilliant, if sometimes irritating book, Nancy Rose Hunt combines the analytic tools of poststructuralist theories with more conventional modes of analysis to offer one possible solution to these enduring questions.
And after the horse allowed small bands to efficiently hunt buffalo, even that level of centralization diminished.