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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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He shall live to run with the Pack and to hunt with the Pack; and in the end, look you, hunter of little naked cubs--frog-eater-- fish-killer--he shall hunt thee
Above all, who remembers the death of Royal, when a certain Sheikh wept above the body of the stainless hound as it might have been his son's--and that day the Hunt rode no more?
Shortly after the episode of the lion hunt, D'Arnot succeeded in chartering an ancient tub for the coastwise trip to Tarzan's land-locked harbor.
I, too, his son, shall go and hunt the meat that I eat.
He said good-bye to him at the station on their return from a bear hunt, at which they had had a display of Russian prowess kept up all night.
Also, she took to following him on his early morning hunts, and life seemed one long vacation.
Asa was much regarded by all the young; and seldom failed to bring in from his hunts something that they loved.
By and by it became impossible to endure the intolerable glare and heat any longer; so we struck across the ravine and entered the deep cool twilight of the forest, to hunt for what the guide-book called the "old road.
The next day he went out to hunt, and when he came home the first thing he did was to go up to the doll and brush off some of the ashes from the fire which had fallen on its face.
Having, therefore, instructed their servants in everything they were to do, six days afterwards they took him out to hunt, with as great a retinue of huntsmen and beaters as a crowned king.
However, we shall be armed, and on the road we may be able to hunt some of the tribe.
Hunt, Ramsay Crooks, Robert Stuart, and other intrepid Astorians, in their ill-fated expeditions across the mountains, appeared for a time to check all further enterprise in that direction.