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  • Instruction can be as simple as basic marksmanship or involve more complex man-hunting skills.

    U.S. to Pursue African Rebels

  • Too much female body loathing and man-hunting desperation last week.

    'Cougar Town' recap: Heeled with a kiss | EW.com

  • "The man-hunting mission requires virtual continual surveillance, and that need…has clearly brought remotely piloted aircraft into the ascendancy," says Gen. Norton Schwartz , the chief of staff of the Air Force.

    Pentagon Bets on Smarter Drones

  • The true pioneer of gold-digging, man-hunting, jewel-grabbing, the one, the only not counting her two sisters Zsa Zsa Gabor.

    Staar: Sex and the Much Married Girl (A Salute to Zsa Zsa Gabor)

  • True, the pilot about her man-hunting, sex-obsessed fortysomething turned off some folks, but by the end of the season, Cox was leading a hilarious weekly ensemble party, one punctuated with surprising touches of poignancy, and liberal pours of vino.

    Emmy nominations 2010: Who got snubbed? And which nominee has you most excited? | EW.com

  • That is the heart of my concern about General McChrystal—the man is known mostly for his man-hunting skills.

    Defending McKiernan | ATTACKERMAN

  • By siding with them, you are colluding with them in their man-hunting skullduggery.

    Oh, Politics, My Foot! Off My Boot

  • To be honest in these times of wildly justified actions and complete western indifference, nothing shocks me anymore, so now that the puppet government of Iraq has put a price on the head of civilian Iraqis, I would not be surprised to hear that Blackwater USA employees and other security personnel are going to be re-deployed, to give way for a new style of Safari tourism in Iraq to begin - that of man-hunting.

    2008: Safari Tourism in Iraq

  • At the age of 21, without ever having gone man-hunting, I met my husband and married him.

    Such a Time As This

  • We brood on our riches but remain dumb; that makes us unhappy; and we take ship and go man-hunting in order to place ourselves en rapport, according to laws of personal magnetism, to acquire speech or expression.

    Uncollected Prose

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