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hind

1. emanating from or pertaining to hindlimb.
2. adult female deer, especially red and other large species.

blue hind
a hind which has not borne young.
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Hinder said, "Nobody knows exactly what is happening.
Accordingly, we will continue to invest in further improving our services," added Hinder.
Participants provided 74 factors thought to hinder the development of the alliance and sorted them into an average of 6.
The Fire Brigades Union has agreed not to hinder or intimidate emergency crews during the Bonfire Night strike.
Archbishop Hinder prioritizes strong support from Arab neighbors to help Yemen resolve its internal problems and to deal with al Qaeda.
Issues affecting sexual self-esteem have often been alluded to in the literature but we still know too little about the factors that facilitate or hinder sexual self-esteem in women.
Mr Hinder realised the monkey must have come from the safari park and contacted staff so they could return him.
Hinder said while iPod revenue is definitely losing some steam, the bigger story is the strong iPhone revenue growth and the steady strength of Mac sales (despite the fact that Mac sales have leveled off in recent quarters because of greater price-consciousness from consumers due to the global recession).
They will thoroughly investigate all cases that hinder and deprive recruitment of qualified Southerners in government and NGOs, which are accused of mostly recruiting foreigners in positions meant for locals.
Plans to merge police forces will hinder the fight against crime according to a think-tank.
It never kept "Prof" Blood from winning, could it possibly hinder coaches today?
They were replaced by temporary and hideous red and white blocks, which now hinder a driver's view at this junction.