also harbour bacteria to fend off hungry assailants.
Jules juggles her job in children's education with running the Prickles
centre in Cheddar, Somerset, and has cared for hundreds of animals since it was set up seven years ago.
Woollacott wanted ten winners in his first ten months training under rules, but six months has resulted in a dozen, with Prickles
scoring for the first time over hurdles.
Those are the prickles
of old age, but they are not everything that defines aging.
If a male then hair formed into porcupine prickles
with the aid of a few handfuls of gel.
Its rich dark leaves have few prickles
and it produces bright red berries even without a male plant near.
12), Liparidae have two types of prickles
termed thumb-tack and cactus-like prickles
, the former consisting of a short spine and a round, flat 'head' (= base by our terminology), and the latter consisting of groups of spines arising close together in the dermis, the number of spines varying from 4 to 10 or more.
Thornless Blackberry - pinkwhite flowers, followed by juicy fruits, all of the flavours of childhood, with none of the prickles
A HEDGEHOG has lost his prickles
- because of global warming.
This imbues him with the ability to see and interact with all of Appleday's menagerie, including Croco the Alligator, Tux the Penguin and the famous feuding team of Pickles and Prickles
I agree that children should be acquainted with the history of this area but, if most of the oldest stones are overgrown with prickles
, how will this be achieved?
The elderly men from down the street become Rachel's friends when they stop in to check on Grace and Grace's cat, Prickles