Some articles on hunter:
1971 – Never Never Land (Polydor) – Rudolph Sanderson Hunter Twink 1972 – What a Bunch of Sweeties (Polydor) – Rudolph Sanderson Hunter - UK #48 1973 ...
... Defined narrowly, a game stalker is a hunter who for sport, approaches close to its timid quarry before making a kill ... Among hunter-gatherers, where their quarry is timid, stalking is a way of livelihood in order that they may catch what they hunt ... Whatever the means of killing, the hunter has to be near the quarry in order to achieve it ...
... One-third of Australia's coal exports were shipped from the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, where coal mining and transport had begun nearly two centuries earlier ... Coal River was the first name given by British settlers to the Hunter River after coal was found there in 1795 ... settlement near the mouth of the Hunter River to mine and load the coal, predetermining the town's future as a coal port by naming it Newcastle ...
... Currently, Hunter, Rusk and Southwest Hunter mountains are grouped by DEC into the Hunter Mountain Wild Forest, reflecting the extensive past disturbances to the forest ... neighboring West Kill Wilderness Area to create a large Hunter-West Kill Wilderness Area ... Ironically, the summit of Hunter itself would remain in a thin corridor known as the Rusk Mountain Wild Forest, to accommodate uses of the Spruceton Trail that would not be permitted in a wilderness area ...
... Hunter takes the shape of a medium-length ridge, rising steeply from Stony Clove Notch in the east, then gently to the summit in the center, and gently back down to the west where ... (1,140 m)) summit unofficially known as Southwest Hunter Mountain ... that ridge, the slopes again steepen, reflecting the glacial cirque between Southwest Hunter and Hunter that opens up into the Spruceton Valley ...
More definitions of "hunter":
- (noun): A person who searches for something.
Example: "A treasure hunter"
- (noun): Someone who hunts game.
Famous quotes containing the word hunter:
“Miss J. Hunter Dunn, Miss J. Hunter Dunn,
Furnishd and burnishd by Aldershot sun,
What strenuous singles we played after tea,
We in the tournamentyou against me!”
—Sir John Betjeman (19061984)
“The skylines lit up at dead of night, the air- conditioning systems cooling empty hotels in the desert and artificial light in the middle of the day all have something both demented and admirable about them. The mindless luxury of a rich civilization, and yet of a civilization perhaps as scared to see the lights go out as was the hunter in his primitive night.”
—Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)