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hunt·ing

(hŭnt'ing),
The oscillation of a controlled variable, such as the temperature of a thermostat, around its set point. See: hunting reaction.
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This first full-length biography of British Colonel John Henry Patterson (1867-1947) describes the man as a blend of seven identities: Irish-born soldier, lion hunter, bridge builder, East African game warden, author, man-about-town, and Zionist.
Lion Hunter, who died in 2004 aged 11, was a Group 1-placed grey son of Danehill.
Lion Hunter, who set a track record over 6f at Doomben during his eight-race career, in which he was also Group 1-placed, was put down in February 2004 after being injured in a paddock accident at Oaklands Stud, where he was standing for AEUR 15,000.
He knew more about mountain lions than anyone else alive, and he was the greatest bear and lion hunter that ever lived But Ben Lilly never evolved into a conservationist.
It wasn't long before Speed cut another track and the dogs were set loose, but we soon discovered that the lion had crossed the road several times, and another lion hunter had released his dogs ahead of us.
Young lion Hunter Mahan, second and fourth in the last few weeks, is another fair bet at 10-11 against Pampling.
But when Dan called, I'd just taken my last lion hunter to the airport, so the timing couldn't have been better.
Indeed, Danehill's sons make up 26 per cent of the top 50 places on the list, the others being recently deceased Lion Hunter (18), Catbird (23), Danehill Dancer (24), Shovhog (29), Ladoni (43), Dangerous (44), Monolith (48) and Danasinga (50).
Outbattled the well-regarded Lion Hunter to win his maiden earlier this month and can follow up.
Arbuthnot in the Balby Handicap and Lion Hunter for
LION hunters are sending more and more sick trophies back to Britain.
lion hunters in Africa put lion heads on their walls