Her support for the Countryside Alliance did see her plead guilty to attending a hare coursing event in 2007.
Experiments showed that chimps, the animal closest to humans, were hopeless at reading what hare calls ‘communicative intention’.
The Krishna Movement stresses continual silent chanting of the hare Krishna mantra in order to keep the mind focused on God.
Meanwhile, the 23-year-old Pattinson may be the tortoise to Lautner's hare.
Edmund de Waal on what the hare with the amber eyes really is.
hare walked down the avenue of cottonwoods and was about to turn the corner of the old forge when he stopped short.
The dogs started a hare, and pursued it into a dense thicket.
Mr hare told me you complained of insomnia, and there is no surer way of losing your health.
We were going to seize him, but he broke away and darted like a hare into the shrubs.
He had compassion on her, and went on further, and a hare darted across their path.
Old English hara "hare," from West Germanic *hasan- (cf. Old Frisian hasa, Middle Dutch haese, Dutch haas, Old High German haso, German Hase), possibly with a sense of "gray" (cf. Old English hasu, Old High German hasan "gray"), from PIE *kas- "gray" (cf. Latin canus "white, gray, gray-haired"). Perhaps cognate with Sanskrit sasah, Afghan soe, Welsh ceinach "hare." Rabbits burrow in the ground; hares do not. Hare-lip is from 1560s.
þou hast a crokyd tunge heldyng wyth hownd and wyth hare. ["Jacob's Well," c.1440]
(Heb. 'arnebeth) was prohibited as food according to the Mosaic law (Lev. 11:6; Deut. 14:7), "because he cheweth the cud, but divideth not the hoof." The habit of this animal is to grind its teeth and move its jaw as if it actually chewed the cud. But, like the cony (q.v.), it is not a ruminant with four stomachs, but a rodent like the squirrel, rat, etc. Moses speaks of it according to appearance. It is interdicted because, though apparently chewing the cud, it did not divide the hoof. There are two species in Syria, (1) the Lepus Syriacus or Syrian hare, which is like the English hare; and (2) the Lepus Sinaiticus, or hare of the desert. No rabbits are found in Syria.