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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The island may become equally famous as a hunting ground for fossils, a study in the Oct.
These blank check companies have found the federal services space a decent hunting ground given the number of mid-sized players that wish to stay independent and can use a public vehicle for liquidity to shareholders, employee compensation and currency for acquisitions.
Wimbledon has not been a happy hunting ground for Tommy Haas as the German No.
The tiny North Atlantic outpost has not been a happy hunting ground in the past but the curse of the Faroes finally came to an end thanks to goals from Shaun Maloney and Garry O'Connor.
The ancient woodland was part of the Forest of Wirral,a medieval hunting ground,and is now a centre of excellence for biodiversity.
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.
Priestfield has proved a happy hunting ground, with 4-1 and 3-1 victories in recent years, and now is the right time to play Gillingham, who have not scored in their last four and won just once in eight attempts since strolling past Charlton - whose supporters were left scanning the small print of the unofficial `non-triers' rule - in the FA Cup.
Dunston Federation boss Bob Scaife returns to an old hunting ground tomorrow determined to outfox two men new to football management.
It was good also to see a Welsh winner, as these awards have often been a happy hunting ground for our politicians in the past.
Officials said recent controlled burns in the foothills or possibly older, more territorial mountain lions may have sent the big cat searching for a new hunting ground.
Frustrated Orient found Scunthorpe a barren hunting ground in the search for their first point of the season.
Indeed, he notes, the Eagle nebula may qualify as a prime hunting ground for brown dwarfs--objects that never accumulated enough mass to become full-fledged stars.
Europe has increasingly become a prime hunting ground for JBoss with both private and public sector organizations realizing the benefits to be gained by embracing Professional Open Source and fueling rapid growth for JBoss," said Rob Bearden, vice president of sales and marketing, JBoss, Inc.
Soho was called this because it was once a hunting ground attached to Westminster Palace.
And a senior police officer said: "We will be offering support to local shopkeepers in the coming weeks and we are determined that Rugby is quickly dismissed as a potential hunting ground by these dishonest individuals.