Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of manhunt.

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Examples

  • The Bureau's fabled "manhunts" were overrated -- a holdover from the glory days of John Dillinger and Bonnie and Clyde.

    Cat & Mouse

  • His route from Moscow was altered "for understandable security reasons," because when he travels, actual "manhunts" are organized against him.

    CASTRO DISCUSSES TIES WITH SPAIN

  • A tip from that series of public service announcements, which aired in 14 cities, led investigators to the Princess Eugenia apartments, ending one of the most intense manhunts in law enforcement history, Boston FBI chief Richard DesLauriers said Thursday.

    'Whitey' Bulger was hiding in plain sight

  • I'm still not terribly keen on the episodic manhunts that make up the majority of Fox's Alcatraz, but there were some strong reveals in this week's episode, built around conflicted prison guard/training officer Guy Hastings True Blood's Jim Parrack.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • A tip from that series of public service announcements, which aired in 14 cities, led investigators to the Princess Eugenia apartments, ending one of the most intense manhunts in law enforcement history, Boston FBI chief Richard DesLauriers said Thursday.

    'Whitey' Bulger was hiding in plain sight

  • After years of work and one of the biggest manhunts in history, Osama bin Laden, the architect of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, was killed Sunday in a targeted assault in the Pakistani city of Abbottabad.

    How Bin Laden Was Found and Killed

  • A tip from that series of public service announcements, which aired in 14 cities, led investigators to the Princess Eugenia apartments, ending one of the most intense manhunts in law enforcement history, Boston FBI chief Richard DesLauriers said Thursday.

    'Whitey' Bulger was hiding in plain sight

  • Consider the conduct of the gutter press in connection with the grisly murder of Joanna Yeates last year, which involved one of the largest police manhunts in British history and dominated news coverage far more extensively than the Casey Anthony case did in the United States.

    Bennett L. Gershman: Shining a Light on Britain's "Gutter Press"

  • A tip from that series of public service announcements, which aired in 14 cities, led investigators to the Princess Eugenia apartments, ending one of the most intense manhunts in law enforcement history, Boston FBI chief Richard DesLauriers said Thursday.

    'Whitey' Bulger was hiding in plain sight

  • Consider the conduct of the gutter press in connection with the grisly murder of Joanna Yeates last year, which involved one of the largest police manhunts in British history and dominated news coverage far more extensively than the Casey Anthony case did in the United States.

    Bennett L. Gershman: Shining a Light on Britain's "Gutter Press"

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