Definition of Hurst
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Hurst and Jones have made an all-out final push over the past few days.Virginia House and Senate negotiators agree on budget featuring raises for teachers, state employees|Gregory S. Schneider|February 25, 2021|Washington Post
In Syracuse—a major urban center in New York state—Hurst’s colleagues tracked deer in the snow to study their movement patterns.
In the final election results, Hurst lost to Republican Dustin Trotter by five votes.Morning Report: The Faulconer Doctrine on Homelessness, Explained|Voice of San Diego|December 9, 2020|Voice of San Diego
He says that if you had a hot rod in Detroit in 1963, you had to have a Hurst shifter or you were nowhere.
“We were living month to month on Hurst money, and I was writing The Big Bounce,” he says.
Hurst sought to get the castration bill passed during the last legislative session but failed.
But Alabama state Rep. Steve Hurst may be taking things a bit too far.
Hurst told me that on off years such as this one, very few political people even go to the event.
Hurst Dormer was a fine old place, yet of late to him it had grown singularly dull and cheerless.
He has eight thousand a year, and Hurst Dormer is one of the best old properties in Sussex.
It would help her, and Hurst Dormer would never know its golden-haired mistress, after all.
But I shall go back to Hurst Dormer to-morrow and start on that renovation work.
Hugh Alston had commenced work on the restoration of certain parts of Hurst Dormer.