boar-hunting

boar-hunting

n
(Hunting) the practice of hunting wild boars
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Having once made up his mind to action, he soon brought the baroness and the Von Swillenhausens to reason, and died many years afterwards: not a rich man that I am aware of, but certainly a happy one: leaving behind him a numerous family, who had been carefully educated in bear and boar-hunting under his own personal eye.
Bryan D Prescott Caerphilly Harry shouldn't get his kicks this way NEWS that Prince Harry reportedly joined a boar-hunting trip in Germany this weekend comes as a great disappointment.
The boar-hunting videos were analysed qualitatively, and this study thus differs from the quantitative approaches (often content analysis) that dominate studies of media frames.
212) to the boar-hunting videos in a similar manner as, for example, television travel shows do to tourist destinations.
Yesterday, Lockerbie defended his boar-hunting business and said the animals are killed quickly and humanely.
Leadoff speaker Holly Morris, host of the television series "Adventure Divas," talked to the women about overcoming fear with anecdotes about climbing the Matterhorn, boar-hunting in a Borneo jungle, interviewing a woman editor in Iran and meeting women who had been imprisoned by their government.
In "Country of Origin," the hero, a small man, identifies with a boar-hunting ancestor, a giant, whose skill he has inherited and practices by shooting mice.
Those who snort at the trend towards city-living flats and find that the urban environment rather hampers boar-hunting expeditions will be relieved to hear that considerably more suitable alternatives do still exist.