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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUNTING

There were also Shamans of hunting, of medicine and priestcraft.

She was fond of hunting, and could shoot at a mark with wonderful skill.

No, sir, the person he was hunting for was a man with a hundred camels.

In fact, Simba was at the moment sharpening his hunting knife in preparation.

"'Twould be like hunting for a pin in a haystack," said the Rev. Hilary Jones.

But hunting does not make one wholly a brute, crying, 'Kill, kill!'

Vaudemont, you are bolder in hunting, they tell me, than you are at whist.

Let 'Reed-that-bends' go on the hunting path; he will meet them.

Here, take my hunting shirt and cap, and give me your blanket and hat.

"It would be nice to be hunting them, instead of men," said Whitley.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English huntung, verbal noun from hunt (v.).

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