hunting ground


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a place where opportunities abound

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an area in which game is hunted

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But it seems, while his former hunting ground of the League of Ireland is crying out for one or two more of the calibre of Pat Dolan to keep us entertained, it may not see the Dubliner resuming his career on this side of the water.
Snooker: Paul Hunter returns to a happy hunting ground when he takes centre stage at the Wembley Conference Centre tonight.
Every winter, sharks swim to their seasonal hunting ground, the aptly named Seal Island, off the coast of South Africa.
A FORMER aristocratic hunting ground is to be turned into a community woodland.
That's exactly why the Pleiades star cluster has recently proved a fruitful hunting ground for such objects.
The Chicago area has been a prime hunting ground for predatory lenders for several years, and now we're seeing the fallout.
Wimbledon has not been a happy hunting ground for Tommy Haas as the German No.
Thursday's jumps action is shared between Ludlow - often a happy hunting ground for the Henry Daly and Venetia Williams teams - Taunton, where Nicholls and Pipe are invariably on the scoreboard, and Thurles, which is staging the Kinloch Brae Chase, another regular festival pointer.
Weston's Woodspring Park has never been a happy hunting ground for Newport County, who have not won their nine visits after last night's 0-0 Dr Martens Premier Division draw.
The Cheltenham Festival has not been a happy hunting ground for the champ recently but he's got the ammunition to do some serious damage to the bookies this year.
Dunston Federation boss Bob Scaife returns to an old hunting ground tomorrow determined to outfox two men new to football management.
Scientists favor Antarctica as a hunting ground for meteorites, not because an unusual number fall there, but in part because meteorites are more easily seen against the barren, frozen terrain.
It has alternately served as a prized hunting ground for Shawnee, Cherokee, and Seneca Indians; an antebellum estate favored by summer resort visitors who traveled by horse and carriage for its famous tea parties; a polo field for The Greenbrier's polo team; a prisoner of war camp during World War II; and an airstrip that could have been used - in the event of a national emergency -- to ferry members of Congress to The Greenbrier's storied bunker.
Richard Hannon and Haddon Felix de Giles has found Huntingdon a happy hunting ground this season, booting home three winners from just four rides.
Soho was called this because it was once a hunting ground attached to Westminster Palace.