hunter track

hunter track

In naval mine warfare, the track to be followed by the hunter (or sweeper) to ensure that the hunting (or sweeping) gear passes over the lap track.
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MORPETH Olympian Nick McCormick escaped the wintry North East weather to line up in the Hunter Track Classic in Glendale, Australia.
One afternoon I volunteered to help Donn and his hunter track a wounded moose through some very nasty country.
Twice Shy (not the Ian Hunter track), to High Time and Soul Searching, from 2005's Sunset and Vine.
McCormick, whose previous outing before heading Down Under was in the Leeds Abbey Dash 10km in November where he finished in second place behind Taylor, took in the Hunter Track Classic and finished a close up third in the 1,500 metres recording 3min 40.80secs.
This brush with sickness reminded me that because I am very old, death is stalking me as a hunter tracks a wounded animal.
A mild-mannered dentistturned-bounty hunter tracks down and rescues slave Django, who knows the whereabouts of his next targets.
And within this image of Americana--hunting as a proud American and manly outdoor tradition--the artist has cleverly transformed the politician Paul Dyster into a subject to be hunted by those who covet his elected office much the same way a hunter tracks a deer, bear or perhaps, a possum.
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