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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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In addition, shark hunting for fishermen who are operating boats with lynch -- a tool with several hooks found at the end of its edges, starts every 1st of July each year until January of the following year, provided they do not exceed 100 hooks per lynch.
But its not just shark hunting that she campaigns about.
Islanders with harpoons - and no experience of shark hunting - were escorted by police as they patrolled the Seychelles.
Gabr questioned the way the sharks were targeted, and said he was against "random shark hunting."
"Shark hunting patterns are extremely difficult to study and the work here will have important implications for our understanding of the ways in which predators hunt their prey."
Two sensitive' points will be at the heart of discussions: deep-sea shark hunting and the problem of by-catches.