tube is one of the few absolutes of my gear.
During this time period there were no DVDs, or YouTube, and few if any instructional VHS tapes about much to do with hunting, let alone how to call a whitetail buck with a grunt
Inevitably, the grunts
took frustrations with the leaders out on each other.
I consider it a last resort with lone, passing bucks that show no interest in either grunts
The low grunt
is used by both sexes throughout the year and occurs during the lowest intensity of aggressive interactions.
In soccer, for example, the poor soul in a defensive wall who forgets to cover his delicate bits as he stops a particularly hard free-kick might proffer a grunt
as his eyes crossed and glazed over during the slow crumple to the turf.
A labored but more phonetically accurate spelling of the pair is "U(n)-HU(n)H" and "U(n)-HU(n)H" [or "U(n)-HU(n)" and "U(n)H-U(n)"], where "U(n)"means an unvoiced nasal U, reflecting the very nasal sound of these grunts
in actual use--as far as my hearing of them goes.
On this occasion, I stopped to listen to the grunts
, and pulled out my handy video camera to record the proceedings.
Raf a Nadal's grunts
are loud too but they're not like a girl's.
Blistering frontside 50-50s are met with a chorus of approving grunts
Informally, they were known affectionately as grunts
The weighted lines were dropped to the bottom, where the baits were pounced on by grunts
3) In fact, the grunts
of the organization determine the success or failure of the department.
, bleats, and bawls are vocalizations deer use for various purposes.
The authors' approach to this question is predicated on the assumption that if NHL teams employ two different categories of player, grunts
(the summary term used here for the physical player) and non-grunts
(skill players), the NHL salary structure should reflect this.