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bur·row

(ber'ō),
1. A subcutaneous tunnel or tract made by a parasite (for example, scabies mite).
2. A sinus or fistula.
3. (Rare) To undermine or create a tunnel or tract through or beneath various tissue planes.

burrow

(bur'ro)
A tunnel made in or under the skin (e.g., by an insect or a parasite).
See: cutaneous larva migrans; scabies
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Provided that adequate food resources remain in the pond and overcrowding is not a problem, it may be possible for some of those offspring spawned during early March to reach harvest size prior to June under favorable conditions, but it is highly unlikely that most offspring from February or later burrowers will contribute significantly to annual yields within a current season, unless the season is extended and favorable growing conditions (i.
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year-old sketch, in which Jasper tells how he once tried to rid his garden of the furry little burrowers.
Since pigs of all sizes are burrowers, this must also be taken into account when putting together fences and gates.
Side muscle scars connect median muscle scars and they are in a similar position as accessory muscle scars in some Ordovician bivalves considered as infaunal burrowers (Babinka, Coxiconchia or Praenucula) (Fig.
Small juvenile geoducks are burrowers with a conspicuously large foot that functions to excavate and anchor the organism into the sediment.
In the current retail real estate environment, there are many opportunities with burrowers having to pay off existing debt, or have notes due, or can't continue to make payments at the current price point.
Primary burrowers are much less studied as compared to secondary and tertiary burrowers.