staghunting

Related to staghunting: whitetail deer
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staghunting

[ˈstægˌhʌntɪŋ] Ncaza f de venado
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They already have an array of interesting items consigned, including a Paul Storr silver serving spoon, cast with a staghunting scene at PS250-300, a model of the Cutty Sark at PS100-150 and a fantastic consignment of Welsh and British Lions rugby memorabilia, the personal collection of the great Allan Jeffrey Martin, a former Aberavon RFC player who started his career in 1966.
The most influential groups included the National Farmers Union (NFU) and, to a lesser extent, the Farmers Union of Wales (FUW), representing farmers; the Country Landowners Association (CLA--later renamed the Country Land and Business Association), representing large landowners; the Council for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE--later the Campaign to Protect Rural England), and its sibling organisations in Scotland and Wales, engaged with planning policy; and the British Field Sports Society (BFSS), representing foxhunting and staghunting interests.
It is claimed he had a vision when he was out staghunting one Good Friday: a hunted stag appeared with a crucifix between its antlers, prompting our hero to renounce his worldly goods and follow the priestly endeavours.
Run to Earth" is an early Levy poem (not noted by Scheinberg) that might well repay a reading of this kind, dealing as it does with the horrific hunting down and destruction of a gypsy woman and her baby by a pack of staghunting aristocrats, starved for their usual prey on a day out in the forest.
The result of the free vote killed off government proposals which would have outlawed staghunting and harecoursing, but permitted foxhunting under licence in areas where it was judged to be less cruel than other methods of culling foxes.
The Bill is designed to ban harecoursing and staghunting and allows foxhunting only under licence.
TONY Blair will this week be confronted with THOUSANDS of your letters supporting our campaign to ban barbaric staghunting.
Staghunting and hare coursing will not be permitted because, according to the Government, they would fail the ``test'' of utility and cruelty.