STILL IN THE HUNT
The ban hasn't ended interest in hunting.
But, I said, 'My worst nightmare would be if you got kidnapped and I saw videos of you on television,'" Hunt
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
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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
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
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And after the horse allowed small bands to efficiently hunt
buffalo, even that level of centralization diminished.