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Hunt

(hŭnt),
James Ramsay, U.S. neurologist, 1872-1937. See: Hunt neuralgia, Hunt paradoxic phenomenon, Hunt syndrome, Ramsay Hunt syndrome.

Hunt

(hŭnt),
William E., 20th-century U.S. neurosurgeon. See: Tolosa-Hunt syndrome.
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The Daily Record makes a reference to Dinko Valev, who rose to notoriety earlier this year by hunting down migrants and encouraging a wave of militants committing "citizen's arrests".
ISIS rebels have been methodically hunting down non-Sunnis and those opposed to the militants, refugees from the rebel-held towns have told the BBC.
The stories, certainly the result of an oral tradition, probably did originate with the common folk, but were not gathered from them, as tradition would have it: the Grimms did not travel the country hunting down tales.
They tool around the country in their spiffily shlocky 1967 Chevy Impala, hunting down ghouls.
Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin was killed hunting down rogue Weather Wardens--and reincarnated into Djinnhood.
Hunting down the helpings of spiritual wisdom, practices, and inspiration for Spirituality Cafe has become one of the favorite parts of my job these days--in part because it forces me to do quite a bit of spiritual reading.
This money could be used more productively in the free market, rather than hunting down harmless foreigners for deportation.
They are merely the start of an extraordinary cast of characters that also features a Scotland Yard detective and his FBI girlfriend hunting down a fanatical Japanese bomber in Washington.
We help them to live their lives and make it easier to use their time wisely rather than spending it hunting down plumbers or car repairs or sorting out home improvements.
The novel follows protagonist Dean Seagrave as he drives around Los Angeles, hurt and extremely angry, hunting down his ex-lover Pablo Ortega, who may have just tried to kill him.
I confess that I began Jean McNeil's Hunting Down Home with something like dread after reading the book jacket and realizing that I was in the company of yet another young, first-time novelist bent on telling a story of childhood that - at least in its broadest outlines - seemed suspiciously close to her own.