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an organized search (by police) for a person (charged with a crime)

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Of one particular story, "The Man Hunt," Pollack writes:
Verruca and Flatula are also on a man hunt to find a couple of handsome hunks for Christmas.
And in the 80th minute ex-City front man Hunt secured his side victory on the night with a glancing header from a pinpoint Evans cross.
Israeli police initiated a man hunt of the suspects who managed to escape the scene.
A large number of officers were rapidly on the scene and a police helicopter was also used in the man hunt.
Our man Hunt is slipping further into retirement, so he says.
British novelist best known for his psychological thriller Rogue Male (1939; also published as Man Hunt ).
A nationwide man hunt ensues for Lee Royce and his increasingly terrified sidekick Lewis Whippey but despite claims in the national press that the duo has escaped to Spain, the truth is they're lurking much closer to home.
A man hunt has begun to find the missing woman while arrest warrants will be issued for the two men, police said.
A four-month man hunt by Northumbria Police led to his capture back at his home in Gateshead where officers found him asleep in bed after visit to see his two children.
Det Supt Martin Evans, who is leading the man hunt for Anslow, said: "Our dedicated team of detectives are continuing to investigate Anslow's escape.
Police, coast guards, RNLI lifeboats and the fire brigade were all involved in the two-day man hunt at the docks and river are beside the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough.
He was picked up two and half hours later in Speke after a city-wide man hunt.
To add to Staunton's woes, he revealed the man Hunt replaced, John O'Shea, may have suffered a bad injury.
Texas Rangers carried out an all-out man hunt for Cortez, capturing him 10 days later in south Texas.