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  • n. Attributive form of egg hunt


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  • Above;top to bottom Tables featuring $1 comics boxes, David Wells & Burt Dellinger share a laugh, the egg-hunt for freebies begins, discount customers begin to form a line, the crowd starts to swell, a life-size Doc Ock battles Spidey above the Heroes store checkout, Where did the Grey Hulk come from?

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  • Every member of the family eats a piece of all three foods later (usually at the Easter brunch after the mass and the egg-hunt!), as it is supposed to pass on the blessing and bring good luck to you.

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  • FIY, there are hot fudge, caramel, sprinkles, and even ... whipped cream (in a tube) in supermarkets, but they are scattered all over the place so it's like an Easter egg-hunt.


  • I once saw a practical demonstration of the fate which would overcome them if they came out by day, having disturbed, during an egg-hunt, a nestful which had been hatched out, and which would shortly have broken cover.

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  • Mr.. Pescod led the girls round with her on an egg-hunt, which is always one of the most interesting expeditions in life; and Mr. Pescod, as the evening drew on, allowed the boys to accompany him with his gun to get a rabbit or two under the hedge, and he permitted Jack to fire it off.

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  • Youngsters will be divided into age groups at three egg-hunt areas.

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  • Guests should anticipate egg-hunt punctuality; all hunts will start exactly on time (every 30 minutes beginning at 10 a.m.) and will finish rapidly.

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  • Freefall Adventures skydiving school has hosted a bunny jump egg-hunt for 15 years. - News

  • Prizes, courtesy of the city of Biloxi, were awarded after the egg hunt, and all egg-hunt supplies were donated by the Wal-Mart in D'Iberville. Featured Story

  • Having armed ourselves with clubs about two feet in length, we proceed in a body until a rabbit is sighted, then, separating, we surround him and gradually close him in, pelt him with stones or sticks until the poor fellow is secured; sometimes three or four are run down together; it is cruel sport, but this is our only hope of fresh meat during the sojourn on the islands; a fine stew for dinner, and some speculation on the prospect of our egg-hunt to-morrow.

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