hunt saboteur


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hunt saboteur

n (Brit) jd, der versucht, die Fuchsjagd durch Sabotageakte zu verhindern, → Jagdsaboteur(in) m(f)
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The Hunt Saboteur Association was founded in 1963 with the primary purpose of ending fox hunting in Great Britain.
Some protesters donned badger masks, furry badger outfits and brandished Stop the Cull placards and Hunt Saboteur flags.
They employ local ruffians to sabotage the saboteurs - kind of hunt saboteur saboteurs.
Site coordinator Dave Callender, who used to be a hunt saboteur, said: "There used to be people working here who used to get their hands dirty, but there hasn't been in the recent past.
I'm not saying they have been taken by a hunt saboteur but it may be someone who doesn't agree with that sort of thing.
A hunt saboteur had his hand bitten by a fox that successfully eluded a hunt in Devon.
Her only previous brush with the law had come from her protests as a hunt saboteur, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
A HUNT saboteur was injured yesterday after being hit by a horse.
A FURIOUS farmer was filmed ramming a fox hunt saboteur with his quad bike as tensions boiled over in the countryside.
After more than a decade as a hunt saboteur, the 31 year-old from the Midlands has done a remarkable Uturn and now rides WITH one of Britain's most exclusive hunts.
Jane Holmes, 29, from Fenham, in Newcastle ( a hunt saboteur ( was joined by two fellow campaigners wearing fox masks, who came to the Quayside to "thank Labour" for the ban.