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They claim that both "Hun" and "Jock" are "mild language, generally of little concern".
Rangers fans have lobbied for the use of "Hun" in a football context to be made a hate crime.
Huns live in wide open country, and the temptation to chase birds will be hard for some to resist.
Although there can be good populations of Huns in open grasslands, I typically hunt them in or around wheat and barley fields surrounded by grassy hills, allowing my dogs to cast into the grain and back into the grass again.
He worked so hard to pass his tests And so he earned his wings Now was is chance to get those huns Who wallowed in their sins 'A Jerry on the port side, sir,' the navigator cried 'I've got him in my sights And God, please be my guide.
The Huns were a group of nomadic pastoral people who, appearing from beyond the Volga, migrated into Europe in AD 370 and built up an enormous empire in Europe.
The multitude of [Goths] escaping from the murderous savagery of the Huns, who spared not the life of woman or of child, amounted to not less than two hundred thousand men of fighting age.
Huns thrive in farm country where rolling fields are bordered by bushy windbreaks.
This work is a step forward in that Sebastian Strangio does not hesitate to analyze the nexus between political power and economic opportunity that characterizes "Hunsenomics." A case in point is Strangio's handling of the rise of the Sokimex Group--a conglomerate that encompasses interests from petroleum to hospitality services, including the concession to operate Angkor Archeological Park--the owners of which won Hun Sen's favor by making gasoline available to the Cambodian People's Party forces during the 1997 coup (131-135).