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bunting

a behavior of cats in which they rub or push their face against objects, probably depositing glandular secretions; a form of olfactory communication.

bunting order
the equivalent to peck order of birds in the species that assert themselves by bunting with the head. It is the form of behavior by which Felidae establish themselves in the hierarchy of their social group.
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Bail was granted to Bunting and Darren McAllister on charges of attempting to murder John "Bonzer" Boreland and Andre Shoukri.
Bosses aim to create an incredible 11km of bunting by August Bank Holiday.
The Beats--whom Bunting thought were very friendly people but very poor poets--helped bring him the attention he deserved in 1960s and '70s, but interest began to fade in the 1980s.
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St Nicholas Cathedral in Newcastle is up against The National Trust's Wallington property in Northumberland in who can beat a bunting record to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The former hotel has been transformed into offices and is now home to ten Askew Bunting staff.