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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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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.
Hunts have retained their support, and, in many cases, have soared in popularity as people have become more determined to preserve their local hunt.
The Central Coast offers prime hunting opportunities, and a recent hog hunt with Alfred Luis, who heads Santa Maria-based Central Coast Outfitters, took place on the Cojo Jalama Ranch, a 25,000-acre cattle ranch overlooking the Pacific Ocean about 2 1/2 hours north of the San Fernando Valley.
They will continue to show no respect for the law themselves, trespassing and harassing those who are going about their legal business and aggressively filming lawabiding families and their children In their desperation to secure a prosecution under the Hunting Act 2004, anti-hunt vigilantes - or "hunt monitors" as they call themselves - are wasting valuable and alreadyoverstretched police resources by making unfounded allegations against hunts.
Hunt enthusiasts claimed the day as a success as dozens of hunts took place across the country in spite of the ban.
You have to have a plan of where to go, how to approach a hunt in a particular field or area and then execute it," he says.
Hunt was confident that the nation's largest health benefits company would flourish from internal cost cutting and he was right: Aetna's shares rose 41.
Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy, founded a little more than five years ago, has grown at an average compound growth rate of 34%.