Hunt


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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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Then, unexpectedly, as often happens, the sound of the hunt suddenly approached, as if the hounds in full cry and Daniel ulyulyuing were just in front of them.
Hunt was not accustomed to the management of "voyageurs," and he had a crew admirably disposed to play the old soldier, and balk their work; and ever ready to come to a halt, land, make a fire, put on the great pot, and smoke, and gossip, and sing by the hour.
Hunt remained for some time, to complete his assortment of Indian goods, and to increase his number of voyageurs, as well as to engage some of a more efficient character than those enlisted at Montreal.
Hunt groaned in spirit at the incessant and unreasonable demands of these worthies upon his purse; yet with all this outlay of funds, the number recruited was but scanty, and many of the most desirable still held themselves aloof, and were not to be caught by a golden bait.
Hunt was joined by a person whom he had invited, by letter, to engage as a partner in the expedition.
Hunt, and gave him a foretaste of the difficulties of his command.
But in the council one night, after long deliberation, it was determined to put spies on his track when he went forth to hunt, so that his methods might be learned.
As I say, though Bok be dead because he hunted over-keenly, it is just that I, who am his son, and that Ikeega, who is my mother and was his wife, should have meat in plenty so long as there be meat in plenty in the tribe.
"He hunts with evil spirits," some of the people contended, "wherefore his hunting is rewarded.
"He hunts no more," said Gray Brother; "and Akela, too, is silent this long time."
Harlan, who shot the Himalayan goat in Sassi-Haramosh area, also became the highest fee payer for the hunt as he doled out a record $110,000 to buy the permit auctioned last year for only four flare-horned markhors.
GILGIT -- An American citizen, Bryan Harlan hunted the highest-rated Astore Markhor here at Sassi valley of Haramosh, under ongoing trophy hunting programme.