Nevertheless, Hunting Down
Home deserves to be read, and re-read.
Police are hunting down
the suspects Regie Donato, Joel Donato, Leonard Donato and a certain 'Pambong,' who were identified by witnesses.
The action-packed comedy is based on the life of Texan Tom Slick Jr, an aptly-named oil tycoon who spent much of his family's fortune in the 1950s hunting down
the world's greatest monster legends, including Nessie, Big Foot and the Abominable Snowman.
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Bulgaria's Environment Minister has allowed the hunting down
of brown bears whenever necessary after a woman barely survived an attack by a killer bear.
Older readers will appreciate the tongue-in-cheek humor, and younger readers will follow along as Theora competes in the pageant, hunting down
the monster of the mall (a rogue fern) and putting together the backup band for the reigning Princess.
This means hunting down
O and taking him out, neither of which is easy.
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Daniel Blessing is a good witch who has spent his life (over several hundred years) hunting down
the evil witch Season Howe.
Here come the brides again in ``Looking for Love: Bachelorettes in Alaska,'' a limited series launching June 2 that has five career women from the Lower 48 hunting down
eligible men in the frozen north, where single women are hard to come by.
The full cruelty of modern-day commercial whaling was made public January 6 with the release of footage of Japanese whalers hunting down
a Minke whale in the Southern Ocean Sanctuary off of Antarctica.
Regardless of what you may have thought, there was nothing in this case to justify the stalking and hunting down
of Anthony Camarata at his place of employment,'' she told the out-of-work accordion player, who was sentenced to 50 years-to-life for the murder, plus 9 1/3 years for using a gun to assault his wife and another worker.
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