Examples of hunting in a Sentence
His hobbies include hunting and fishing.
The law prohibits the hunting of migratory birds.
She likes to go hunting.
Recent Examples of hunting from the Web
Last summer, Alice Wu, then an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley, finished her study on the way people talk on the popular economics job-hunting web site called Economics Job Market Rumors.
Fire has long been a central land management tool for Aboriginal people; carefully controlled burns shaped forests and savannas for hunting and agriculture.
The tomb, unveiled to the media on Saturday, is made of mud brick and includes wall paintings in good condition depicting Hetpet observing different hunting and fishing scenes.
Her campaign bankroll includes several in-kind donations from family members, including $7,000 from Si Roberston for a hunting trip for two with him and two $1,000 entertainment appearances for golf tournaments with Jep Robertson and Al Robertson.
The county may pay for up to a maximum of two house hunting and family visitation trips for the new employee and up to three qualified family members.
Multiple citations were issued for hunting from a boat and rallying ducks.
Unlike your hunting or fishing license, the app is free.
In a 2017 issue paper, borough manager Ruben Duran suggested that the blood quantum (percentage) for Alaska Natives be reduced from 25 percent to 6.25 percent to allow for more hunting.
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First Known Use of hunting
before 12th century
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