The Forest became one of the commonable lands of Royal Chases or hunting-grounds.
cop chases killer, who may or may not be his own son.
steeple chases were held on Easter Monday.
By section 6 all forests, chases, commons, &c., were to be " driven " within fifteen days of Michaelmas day, and all horses, mares and colts not giving promise of growing into serviceable animals, or of producing them, were to be killed.
The need of a constantly expanding market for its products chases the bourgeoisie over the entire surface of the globe.
Indeed, he seems to like his movies as loud as his comedy and the film lurches between gun-toting set pieces and high-speed chases.
Chases are never consummated, the day ends with no promise of rebirth.
He vibrates his wings to create a courtship ' song ' and chases the female, who is coy and runs away.
They need space as the male chases the female in an essential part of the mating process.
The tunnels at the sides and the open areas in front of the bases make for frantic firefights and nerve-wracking chases.
Director John Singleton does a decent job with the action and creates some extremely frenetic car chases.
A dishonest man chases after women's genitals; an unreliable man has two sickles.
D chases pigeons; finds empty crisp packet & makes own fountain.
One day Cujo chases a rabbit into a bolt-hole, a cave inhabited by some very sick bats.
racecourse debut in the Trevor Hemmings colors having won some decent chases in France.
stutters out of the crease as he chases the single, but Bell's throw agonizingly misses his target.
He chases ground spiders in the Amazon with a collector who keeps 2,000 pet tarantulas.
Every facet of the film is hackneyed - car chases, gee whiz technology, explosions, constant, constant, slaying of people.
In the thirty-second year of this reign, the " bill for the breed of horses " was passed, the preamble of which runs thus: - " Forasmuch as the generation and breed of good and strong horses within this realm extendeth not only to a great help and defence of the same, but also is a great commodity and profit to the inhabitants thereof, which is now much decayed and diminished, by reason that, in forests, chases, moors and waste grounds within this realm, little stoned horses and nags of small stature and of little value be not only suffered to pasture thereupon, but also to cover mares feeding there, whereof cometh in manner no profit or commodity."
He makes his British, racecourse debut in the Trevor Hemmings colors having won some decent chases in France.
The Grafton Hunt steeple chases were held on Easter Monday.
Sehwag stutters out of the crease as he chases the single, but Bell 's throw agonizingly misses his target.
Next, just throw the line out, using about six feet to start with, and then use your hand to reel the line in while your kitty plays and chases after it.
The trouble is that now Checkers chases her under my bed whenever she wants to come out and roam the house.
We see an example of righteous anger when Jesus chases merchants and customers from the Temple, turning over the tables of the money changers as well as the seats of the people selling doves.
Chapman is based in Honolulu, Hawaii, but the chases take him all over the country.
The school supports student government, a Phi Theta Kappa chapter, a pep squad and dance team known as the Storm Chases and multiple other fundraisers, sporting events and more.
You're already an outlaw on the run, driving away from the police on high-speed chases, so you may as well gain every other advantage that you can.
It's packed with car chases and shootouts, as one might expect from a game with Vegas in the name.
Your wild goose chases will sometimes illicit groans, but thankfully it isn't too bad.
Chasse - Similar to a grapevine without the feet crossing, one foot moves to the side, the other "chases" it (placing alongside the first) and the first moves again.
As the beneficial bacteria colonizes, it chases out the harmful organisms, which your body excretes.
A cat chases the mice, removing them from the game.
Ever wonder why your puppy chases its tail or howls at the moon?
Alice in Wonderland (1951): A curious little girl chases a rabbit into his hole and falls into a whole new world with a cast of very interesting characters.
When an approaching driver flashes his lights to alert the driver that the lights aren't on, the gang chases the driver down and kills him.
A very large and lovely white butterfly persistently enters the room, and the family chases it away.
He chases storms in the hopes of collecting data about tornadoes that he can use to learn how to better predict tornadoes, so earlier and more accurate tornado warnings can be issued.
On the show she's been shown in several foot chases and she always seems to catch her suspect.
This is a surprisingly endearing movie in spite of all of its chases, shootouts and gore, because at the center of all the action is a really sweet and enduring love story.
The Sentinel is a fantasy series with the look and feel of a cop show, from the car chases and explosions to the office politics and bullpen banter.
While The Road Warrior isn't much for dialog, it set the standard for lavish chases of bizarre vehicles.
Take the plot devices on faith and just take in the chases, the bonding, the terrifyingly realistic depiction of nuclear holocaust (in a dream, fortunately) and the surprisingly poignant ending.
Yeah, there's monsters that pop out of nowhere and elicit screams from the audience and heart-pounding tension and chases through darkened corridors... oh wait.
excitement of these chases.
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