dehorter

dehorter

(dɪˈhɔːtə)
n
formal a person who dehorts
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In the Camargue, 150,000 ducks and coots Fulica atra are harvested annually out of an estimated population of about the same size (Tamisier & Dehorter 1999).
Famous sports caster, Edmond Dehorter, even send a balloon over the stadium to have a full cover of the Games!
Camera (color), Ben Kufrin; editor, Gregory Plotkin; music, Pierpaolo Tiano; production designer, Scott Siedman; supervising sound editor, Erich Stratmann; assistant director, Bruce Wayne Gilles; fight coordinator, Luke Massy; casting, Zora Dehorter. Reviewed at San Francisco Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, June 23, 2003.
Acknowledgements--I am most grateful to the hunters who kindly accepted to answer my questions, to Raphael Mathevet, Coralie Beltrame, Philippe Aubry and Jim Nichols for useful discussions and advice, and to Mark Grantham, Vincent Schricke and Olivier Dehorter for valuable comments on an earlier version of the manuscript.