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Hunting is the practice of pursuing animals to capture or kill them.
Hunting may also refer to:
- Hunting Aircraft, a former British aircraft manufacturer (1933–1959); consumed into what, at 2010, is BAE Systems
- Hunting-Clan Air Transport, a former private British airline (1946–1960); consumed into what, at 2010, is British United Airways
- Hunting Engineering, a former engineering company, which later became INSYS (2001) and, as of 2005, is now part of Lockheed Martin Corporation
- Hunting plc, a British oil and gas company
Film and television
- Hunting (film), 1991 Australian film
- "Hunting" (House), an 2005 episode of the television series House
- Good Will Hunting, a 1997 film
- Hunting, Moselle, a village in the French department of Moselle
- United States
- Hunting, Wisconsin, a former unincorporated community
- Hunting (Annibale Carracci), a canvas by Italian painter Annibale Carracci, dated before 1595
- Hunting oscillation, a self-exciting oscillation, also known as shimmy, a side-to-side instability seen in railway trains
- Fox hunting, an equestrian activity
- Line hunting, a methodology of distributing phone calls from a single telephone number to a group of several phone lines
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