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someone who pursues fugitives or criminals for whom a reward is offered

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a hunter who kills predatory wild animals in order to collect a bounty

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While Beth is recovering, the couple has decided to cut the negativity and stress in their lives, so the two decided to give up their bounty hunting business.
Gary in Dawn Planet Apes, Bradley Cooper voices Rocket, a genetically tampered, trigger-happy, bounty hunting raccoon who has a believably deep relationship with a walking humanoid tree called I Am Groot, voiced by Vin Diesel.
As I-80 heads west through Utah, you'll find a decent amount of public BLM land suitable for bounty hunting.
The bounty hunting pair's collection of weapons makes for a fairy tale that has more than its share of gore.
What's BEST BIT: Samuel L Jackson WORST BIT: Leonardo Someone older would IF YOU LIKED: Blazing The Good, The Bad YOU'LL a few It's part REEL LOWDOWNTHE BEST QUOTE: Dr Schultz: "How do you like the bounty hunting business?" Django: "Kill white people and get paid for it?
Following the path of the adventurer will lead the player on a naval conquest where they must gain notoriety through raids, piracy, bounty hunting, plundering and conquering cities as they strive to build their new Caribbean empire.
Frankly, I don't see anything getting better while we continue to work against each other by bounty hunting for the PCTs, offering free sight tests and putting commercialism ahead of professionalism.
Nevertheless, I was apprehensive as I drove to Baltimore early one morning to try my hand at bounty hunting.
Although physicians currently face a 21 percent cut in Medicare fees in 2010, government is looking to take more money back from physicians via aggressive "bounty hunting" to help slow the financial demise of the Medicare program.
Baby Lyssa joins Dog's family team in this set of Dog adventures: a series of more gripping action-packed--and spiritual-packed--true crime stories to attract both prior Dog fans and newcomers to his bounty hunting business.
By ending police agencies' practice of bolstering their budgets with the proceeds of civil forfeitures, the 2000 law meant to discourage bounty hunting. The law requires that the proceeds of forfeitures be used instead to fund drug treatment programs.
This edition covers 26 more industries than the last edition, including alternative energy, bounty hunting, data mining, life planning, stem cell research, and waste management.
Bounty hunting is taken up in Chapter 6 and it is here where human foible is most pronounced.
Yenta the Matchmaker has nothing on Stephanie Plum, who in this short novel trades in her bounty hunting skills for making four couples a great Valentine's Day.
I knew I could make it, but I also knew that I needed something else besides bounty hunting. Wesley is our bookkeeper, and he was like, 'Boss, we aren't making it!' I told him, 'Wesley, we can do it, if we can get a television show.' And, of course, we did.