- abbr. Huntingdonshire (in postal addresses)
“Along with her husband, James Chase, who serves as the group's vice president for marketing and communications, Ms. Carter hopes that community groups, institutions and corporations will hire her to help them solve environmental problems and create green jobs -- employment that betters the environment, such as producing clean energy -- so she can put to national and perhaps international use the experience she gained in Hunts Point.”
“I happened to be in Hunts in Sheringham and my excitement was apparent for all to see!”
“Opposing this tendency, the Hunts were his primary allies.”
“I'm always shocked if any FL winemaker doesn't cite Riesling as the strongest source of excitement, but the Hunts are a unique family!”
“The stonework was done by a company called Hunts Point; no one was willing to hold it responsible for blown deadlines because the owner was a member of a well-known New York crime family.”
“The merchants who occupied it were told that they were being moved to a remote neck of land in the southeast Bronx called Hunts Point.”
“Top of the Hunts are the ones that attract a member of the Royal family and then down the line until you come to some obscure member who is the niece or nephew of somebody who knows somebody who is 293rd in line to the Throne.”
“The Hunts are the third team out of the race, which began with 12 teams chasing a $1 million prize.”
“I actually don’t think I’m being picky in trying to separate the PDs from the Stag Hunts onaccounta the cooperative outcome in the PD needing serious enforcement and the cooperative outcome in the Stag Hunt being largely self-reinforcing.”
“If it's still not available, they'll try to find a substitute brand such as Hunts rather than Heinz ketchup.”
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