staghunt


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staghunt

[ˈstæghʌnt] Ncacería f de venado
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One model regarding how citizens behave in such interactions is the staghunt, which shows a conflict between "considerations of mutual benefit and ...
staghunt." (7.) Such implications may, of course, be inadvertent, or perceived.
ETE, of Monkseaton, was upset when he wrote: Readers who have lost relatives in tankers will be amazed to learn that it is reported that a jeep recently took part in a staghunt. Comment is unnecessary (Editors note: jeeps were imported from the USA by sea).