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Wolves returned to Oregon about two decades ago after being wiped out by bounty hunters in the state 70 years ago.
The crack of the overseer's whip, the baying of the bloodhounds, the guns in the hands of bounty hunters looking for runaway slaves, all served to remind the audience of the pain and troubles faced by those running north to freedom.
But even before this growing shift in representation, Saga had placed women—and, typically, women of color—in positions of power as respected soldiers, bounty hunters, and community leaders.
He was featured in a BBC documentary on bounty hunters.
Hutt gangsters, bounty hunters, wretched hives of scum and/or villainy, and so on.
Opinion In his 78 years, the former bounty hunter, bail bondsman, mayoral candidate, public irritant and ubiquitous gadfly has led a life of yearning and confrontation.
From bounty hunter to opera star For a quarter-century, Tanner has been a fixture at the great opera houses of the world.
This mid-’90s disaster is based on a comic book series of the same name that follows a bar owner who moonlights as a bounty hunter.
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BOUNTY HUNTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bounty hunter for English Language Learners
: someone who catches criminals who have not been caught by the police in exchange for a reward
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