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This is consistent with the clawless crab-feeding habits observed in this study.
In the case of crustacean fishers, if the narrow meaning were adopted, fishers who invested in clawless lobster fishing, in reliance on the broad English version, would be surprised and might suffer economic loss as a result of their reliance.
Yesterday `Tiger Tim' was `Tabby Tim', a toothless, clawless, at times clueless imitation of the man his army of fans hoped and prayed could become the first British man to win the singles title since Fred Perry in 1936.
Tiger Tim' was 'Tabby Tim', a toothless, clawless, at times clueless imitation of the man his army of fans hoped and prayed could become the first British man to win the singles title since Fred Perry in 1936.
Asked about the one-eyed, clawless parrot from Wick, he said: "It must have been injured in transit.
Sauropods were ungainly, clawless, and lacked meat-ripping teeth.
For those with simplistic tastes and a dish that every savvy hotel chef should offer, Falesitch crafts a gratifying plate of half a clawless Maine lobster with a peppered petit filet mignon ($31).
Even though a Parliament without those powers would be a toothless, clawless, Scottish Lion.
The tracks were clawless, wider than they were long, and the walking and running strides averaged nearly four feet.
The Black Cats may be clawless just now, a lack of confidence imbuing in them anxiety in the penalty box, which has forced a plethora of opportunities to be eschewed, they have at least salvaged compensation in the shape of defensive resolve.