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  1. Hunt is a real talent with real hardware and seemed so on top of her game after the release of What Women Want in 2000. (Web site)
  2. Hunt is a program for intruding into a connection, watching it and resetting it.
  3. Hunt was a landmark legal decision by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on the subject of labor unions.
  4. Hunt was a prolific author, primarily of spy novels.[14] He declared bankruptcy in 1995 and lived in Biscayne Park, Florida.
  5. Hunt was third at Ricard and Tambay fifth in Monza but the team was back in eighth place at the end of the year. (Web site)

Moose Hunt

  1. It was in The Moose Hunt[ 6], released on May 8, 1931, that the dog is called Pluto the Pup, the studio's original name.

Howard Hunt

  1. Friday, 6 August 1971 E. Howard Hunt again meets clandestinely in a CIA safehouse, this time with CIA's Stephen Greenwood and also with CIA's Cleo Gephart.

Jonathan Hunt

  1. She entered Parliament upon the retirement of Jonathan Hunt, being declared elected on 4 April 2005 and sworn in the following day. (Web site)

Blood Hunt

  1. February 2nd Anarch Rant: Ita, Louis and Jeremy have covered up vampire involvement in Pablo murder, blood hunt called on perpetrator.

Hunt Small Game

  1. The Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen is a scent hound developed to hunt small game over the rough and difficult terrain of the Vendeen region. (Web site)
  2. A scent hound he is can hunt small game such as rabbits and feathered game.
  3. The breed has long been used to hunt small game and birds. (Web site)

Hunt Vermin

  1. Pinscher, refers to a classification of dogs bred as guardians or to hunt vermin.
  2. Miniature Pinschers were first bred to hunt vermin, especially rats.

Hunt Museum

  1. DuCarte's, at the back of the Hunt Museum, is a popular lunch-time haunt, and serves 'healthy home-cooked food in the modern idiom'.


  1. After Atalanta's success at the boar hunt, Atalanta's father, Iasus or Schoeneus, was proud and claimed her as his daughter. (Web site)
  2. Theseus meets him on the boar hunt in the hills between Eleusis and Megara. (Web site)
  3. Indeed, Stefan would die at the age of 23 from a wound received during a boar hunt, and with his death, the male line of his family came to an end.


  1. This was the hunt for a wild boar sent by Artemis to ravage Calydon. (Web site)
  2. O Artemis, thou maid divine, Dictynna, huntress, fair to see, O bring that keen-nosed pack of thine, And hunt through all the house with me.
  3. Atalanta, like Artemis, loved to hunt. (Web site)


  1. Then Sir John Hunt, the expedition leader, who had always wanted to include a Sherpa on the summit team, chose Hillary and Tenzing. (Web site)

John Hunt

  1. First successful ascent by Tenzing and Hillary In 1953, a ninth British expedition, led by John Hunt, returned to Nepal. (Web site)
  2. The Hunt Museum in the old custom house is the finest museum outside Dublin, containing artifacts collected by John Hunt, a specialist in Celtic culture.
  3. Soon after the death of Allegra, Byron wrote the last of his eight plays, The Deformed Transformed (published by John Hunt, February 20, 1824).

Jesse Helms

  1. Even then, people were asking the governor about the outrageous Republican senator, and Hunt, a true party man, said Jesse Helms must go.
  2. The oil billionaire Hunt brothers and Jesse Helms are members of this group. (Web site)

Jim Hunt

  1. Jesse Helms cited contributions by gays or support by Democrats for gay-rights legislation to attack Senate candidates such as Jim Hunt and Harvey Gantt.

Title Hunt

  1. A runner-up finish at Atlanta entrenched Gordon firmly in the title hunt for the season. (Web site)

National Hunt Racing

  1. The vast majority of the 370-plus horses who die while racing or in training each year in Britain are connected with National Hunt racing. (Web site)

Thomas Hunt Morgan

  1. Among the lower forms of life even more surprising results have been attained by Thomas Hunt Morgan and others.
  2. Thomas Hunt Morgan, also at Columbia, proved him right in 1911. (Web site)
  3. In the same year, Thomas Hunt Morgan provided evidence that genes occur on chromosome s and that adjacent genes on the same chromosome form linkage group s. (Web site)

Calydonian Boar

  1. During the Calydonian Boar Hunt, Peleus accidentally killed his father-in-law. (Web site)
  2. A huntress and heroine of the Calydonian boar hunt. (Web site)
  3. Among these are Admetus, who assisted in the hunt for the Calydonian Boar; Plutarch, Erotikos, 761e.

Calydonian Boar Hunt

  1. Theseus was also part in the Calydonian boar hunt and the Argonaut's quest for the Golden Fleece.
  2. He naturally took a leading role in killing the boar during what became known as the Calydonian Boar Hunt which lead to his death. (Web site)
  3. He accidentally killed Eurytion during the Calydonian boar hunt and went to King Acastus of Iolcus, who purified him. (Web site)

Notable Games

  1. There are notable games such as Hunt the wumpus which were origionaly written for printed output.

Duck Hunt

  1. Notable games of this category include Duck Hunt and the Virtua Cop, House of the Dead and Time Crisis series.
  2. I was at Big Lots the other day and they had a game similair to Duck Hunt for the Wii. (Web site)


  1. Pilot whales use echolocation to navigate and hunt for squid their principal prey.
  2. Common dolphins use echolocation as well as audible sounds to communicate, navigate and hunt prey, much like other members of the dolphin family. (Web site)


  1. The coloration of killer whales may enhance their ability to hunt.
  2. These dogs were valued for their ability to hunt rabbits and became known as the rabbit dog, which is the Pharaoh Hound that we know today. (Web site)
  3. Van Hunt - along with others like Remy Shand, Hilary Mwelma, Floetry etc - have the ability to write songs. (Web site)

Witch Hunt

  1. In September 2007 he suggested that the treatment of McLaren "had the feel of a witch hunt" in his Sunday Times column. (Web site)
  2. The death of Tiberius Gracchus was followed by a witch hunt by the senate, in which many of his supporters were sentenced to death. (Web site)


  1. Many court officials urged the emperor to stop the witch hunt, but the emperor refused to listen.
  2. It argues the hunt is needed to stop the whale population from growing so large that it devours huge stocks of fish.
  3. Though the group chasing the leaders was rapidly losing touch, it did not stop the battle to lead the hunt.


  1. The development of factory ships made it possible for the whalers to stay at sea for long periods, increasing the number of whales they could hunt.
  2. Lorenzo, the winner here last year, finished on top after the day's session as he bids to stay in the title hunt ahead of Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi.


  1. One day, his father accidentally omitted Artemis, the goddess of the hunt, from a sacrifice. (Web site)
  2. To offset the energy loss, these whales may hunt for about four hours a day in order to eat 1 ton of krill.
  3. Day 2 - 3 We will spend two full days in the Tysfjord area to look for groups of Orcas which hunt in these fjords for herring.


  1. These active dogs were used to hunt rats and other vermin on farms, and were adept at following their prey into tight spaces.
  2. The breed was originally bred to hunt rats and other small animals. (Web site)
  3. With their bold courage the Miniature Schnauzer was originally used to hunt rats, and its small size was perfect to get into tight places to catch them. (Web site)


  1. An hour out of Keflavik, I realized the humpbacks that have now become targets of the hunt were swimming a mere vertical mile below me.
  2. The new game features different enemies, including UFOs and targets in addition to ducks similar to those found in Duck Hunt.


  1. Later on she spoke too haughtily against Diana [Artemis] in the hunt, and so was slain by her arrows. (Web site)


  1. As goddess of childbirth, nature, and the hunt, she carried a bow and arrows, which she used to avenge misdeeds, particularly crimes against her mother. (Web site)
  2. The arrows and bow of Artemis weren't just used to hunt, but also to bring sudden death and disease to girls and women.
  3. Diana. Haig Patigian The goddess of the hunt appears with her bow; the arrow has just left the string. (Web site)


  1. The game stars 50 Cent as he fights his way through the criminal underworld to hunt down the men who shot him and take his revenge. (Web site)
  2. But Lauda had had his revenge, Hunt was only fifth with Mass sixth in the championship. (Web site)


  1. Anchor: Education has been a priority for Jim Hunt throughout his life.
  2. Conclusion Although Blue whales are now protected, we still must not hunt or kill them in their delicate balance of life. (Web site)
  3. For a fuller account of the Calydonian Boar Hunt and the life of Meleager, I would suggest that you read Calydonian Boar Hunt, in the House of Calydon. (Web site)


  1. Henry Hunt held the power of life and death over a segment of people." Locklear said lawmen had a strong case against Hunt. (Web site)
  2. There are many groups today that hunt ghosts, searching for evidence of life after death. (Web site)
  3. Morant's execution of the Boer prisoners was revenge for the mutilation and death of his friend and commanding officer, Captain Hunt.


  1. Dylan Hunt, captain of the starship Andromeda, was frozen in time and awoke three centuries later to find the Commonwealth had fallen.
  2. WELSH scientists have been spearheading the hunt for alien life that may have fallen to Earth in a shower of "red rain". (Web site)
  3. One relief that was found in the North Palace at Nineveh and had apparently fallen into Room S from a second floor had three panels depicting a lion hunt.


  1. In Hinduism, Rudra ("howler") is a storm, the hunt, death, wild nature and a wind god.


  1. Minke Whales are no longer hunted in Canadian waters, but Norway and Japan still hunt these whales in international waters.
  2. The Akita is a powerfully built dog originally developed to hunt bears in Japan. (Web site)
  3. Lauda scored points, but retired from the last race in Japan in heavy rain, handing the championship to James Hunt.


  1. Although Norway initially followed the moratorium, they placed an objection to it with the IWC and resumed a commercial hunt in 1993. (Web site)
  2. However, the IWC has a longstanding policy of allowing certain indigenous peoples to hunt otherwise protected whales to satisfy aboriginal subsistence needs.


  1. Japan, and more recently Iceland, hunt under an IWC ruling which allows nations to catch whales for "scientific research". (Web site)

Stag Hunt

  1. There are two rational outcomes to the stag hunt: Either both hunters hunt the stag as a team, or each hunts rabbits by himself. (Web site)
  2. Nonetheless many would call this game a Stag Hunt.
  3. The stag hunt differs from the Prisoner's Dilemma in that there are two Nash equilibria: when both players cooperate and both players defect. (Web site)


  1. Fig.3 - Reaction correspondence for both players in the Stag Hunt game.


  1. He was an Argonaut and participated in the hunt for the Calydonian Boar.


  1. Took part in expedition of Argonauts and the Calydonian Boar Hunt. (Web site)
  2. They left their permanent settlements periodically, electing a provisional government for each expedition to make and enforce the law of the hunt.
  3. Under the leadership of Colonel John Hunt, the expedition included a strong team of climbers, a physiologist, a film-maker, and a news correspondent. (Web site)


  1. She changed her name to Caeneus and became a warrior who took part in the hunt for the Calydonian Boar.
  2. Admetus was one of the Argonauts and took part in the Calydonian Boar hunt.
  3. They were part of the ninth British expedition to Everest, led by John Hunt. (Web site)


  1. When that was gone they had to hunt and fish, and it happened that, while Odysseus was absent in the woods one day, his shipmates broke their oath. (Web site)
  2. On Earth, she is Goddess of the woods and the Hunt. (Web site)
  3. We have forbidden the clergy to hunt, to go about in the woods with dogs and to keep falcons or hawks. (Web site)


  1. The hunt takes around 50 bowhead whales a year from a population of about 10,500 in Alaskan waters. (Web site)
  2. CDC recommended a moratorium on exchange of hounds between hunt clubs and commingling of hounds from different hunt clubs for at least 1 year.
  3. The Argonauts resumed their hunt for the Golden Fleece after spending a year on the island.

North Carolina

  1. Jim Hunt is a nationally recognized leader in education and has led North Carolina through twenty years of dramatic economic change.


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