Normally one does not hang around when one is not welcome, particularly after 100 years of living cheek by jowl with one's sworn enemies -- which is why I cannot agree with Richard Cohen's advice that ``it is best for Israel to hunker down
Jesus didn't hunker down
in a synagogue and make a career out of it.
In these prickly political times, it's hard to escape the compulsion to hunker down
and seek refuge in the familiar.
For instance, a food-stealing beetle can just hunker down
and wait out ant attacks until it picks up camouflaging odors.
With Bruce Vladek in charge, should nursing home managers hunker down
and (as usual) expect the worst?
death in PARADISE bbc1 9pm A tropical storm is heading towards the island, but DI Poole can't hunker down
with a rum cocktail as he investigates the murder of a boffin, played by guest star Matthew Horne (right).
THOSE WHO SAW David Sutherland's ``The Farmer's Wife'' in 1998 have probably already made plans to hunker down
for the next three evenings to watch his latest, ``Country Boys,'' a ``Frontline'' documentary miniseries following two teen boys through some difficult formative years.
The 21st century requires more of the last superpower than to hunker down
in fortress America behind walls of suspicion and technology while a world of need struggles to talk to somebody inside.
Tadpoles have a stinky way of warning each other to hunker down
when a predator looms, according to a new study.
The winter air is biting, and the two hunker down
out of the wind.