Hunting

An autofocus system that has trouble finding the focus in a low contrast image or in poor light 'hunts'; this is where the lens moves continuously from close-up to infinity looking for the correct point of focus .
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Hunting

An inability on the part of a control system to establish a smooth level of performance, and believed to be responsible in biological systems for clinical signs such as tremor.
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Hunting

Hunt'ing noun The pursuit of game or of wild animals. A. Smith. Happy hunting grounds , the region to which, according to the belief of American Indians, the souls of warriors and hunters pass after death, to be happy in hunting and feasting. Tylor. -- Hunting box
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hunting

The pursuit of game or of wild animals. Happy hunting grounds, the region to which, according to the belief of American Indians, the souls of warriors and hunters pass after death, to be happy in hunting and feasting. Hunting box. Same As Hunting lodge (below). ... <medicine> Hunting cat, a spider which hunts its prey, instead of catching it ...
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Hunting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Hunt • (n.) The pursuit of game or of wild animals.
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hunting

(from the article `control system`) ...of a control system is determined to a large extent by its response to a suddenly applied signal, or transient. If such a signal causes the system ...
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hunting

sport that involves the seeking, pursuing, and killing of wild animals and birds, called game and game birds, primarily in modern times with firearms ... [22 related articles]
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hunting

a fluctuation of speed about a state of uniform rotation
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hunting

a process of sequential interrogation, initiated by the interrogation device, for locating a required device from a group of devices
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hunting

hunting, act of seeking, following, and killing wild animals for consumption or display. It differs from fishing in that it involves only land animals. Hunting was a necessary activity of early humans. Through the Paleolithic period it was their chief means of obtaining food and clothing. In the Neo...
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Hunting

Hunting is the pursuit of four-footed beasts of game. Hunting differs from shooting birds or netting birds which is termed 'fowling', while the pursuit of birds by the use of birds of prey is known as 'hawking'.
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Hunting

The sideways motion of a bogie at speed caused by irregularities in the track or wheels. Different designs "hunt" in different ways and under different conditions. Suspension design often affects ride as much as anything and the whole science of bogie design can be a bit of a black art. Hunting is also sometimes referred to as "boxing". To top of p...
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hunting

Type: Term Pronunciation: hŭnt′ing Definitions: 1. The oscillation of a controlled variable, such as the temperature of a thermostat, around its set point. See: hunting reaction
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Hunting

[disambiguation] Hunting is the practice of pursuing animals to capture or kill them. Hunting may also refer to: == Animals == == Companies == == Film and television == == Geography == == Other == == See also == ...
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Hunting

Hunting is the practice of killing or trapping any living organism, or pursuing it with the intent of doing so. Hunting wildlife or feral animals is most commonly done by humans for food, recreation, or trade. In present-day use, lawful hunting is distinguished from poaching, which is the killing, trapping or capture of the hunted species contrary...
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hunting

the practice and art of pursuing wild animals and birds for sport and the larder, see also
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hunting

the practice and art of pursuing wild animals and birds for sport and the larder, see also
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Hunting

The pursuit and killing of a selected wild bird or animal for food, sport or management
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Hunting

[Annibale Carracci] Hunting (or Hunting Scene) is a painting by Italian artist Annibale Carracci, painted before 1595 and given to Louis XIV by Prince Camillo Pamphili in 1665. It is currently held and exhibited at the Louvre in Paris. ==History== The painting and its companion, Fishing, were included in Charles Le Brun`s inventory in 1683,...
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