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grunter hunter

grunter hunter
 n.Gloss: a pig-hunter in Australia.
 «They call themselves “grunter hunters,” but the small army of Australians who spend their weekends stalking wild pigs through the bush are finding themselves increasingly outnumbered.» —“Australia has more wild pigs than humans” by Nicke Squires in Mission Beach, Queensland, Australia Telegraph (United Kingdom) Sept. 27, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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