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purr

(pŭr),
A low vibratory murmur.
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Purr Along is entered for the Group 1 Coolmore Fastnet Rock Matron Stakes at Leopardstown while Dalkova is in the Group 2 Clipper Logistics Boomerang Stakes on the same card.
We've had satellite recording equipment sent over to our house from America, especially to record her purr.
The average cat purrs at 25dB but owner Tracy Westwood, 47, said that her cat can be can be louder than the 110 dB that he has been measured at.
The winner will receive a pair of tickets and an invitation to meet Katy at her show at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena on Wednesday, October 19, plus a 50ml bottle of Purr.
The frequencies in the cheetah's purr differs by [+ or -] 2 Hz.
In one of the first poems in Purr, the speaker asks--of the entire world, it seems--"Is this enough?
Wounded cats purr instinctively because they know that it will quicken healing and help to strengthen their bones and organs.
The purr of the engine reassures; the performance and agility astound; the blend of fluent steering and linear controls pamper; the perfect balance of front-to-rear weight distribution impresses.
Edmundo went to look and found Babalu sitting in the bitter cold in a patch of bright winter sunshine, leaning against the house, too sick to move, but the moment Babalu saw Edmundo, his friend, he started to purr.
Another key element to the mentoring model is PURR (Physician Utilization Resource Recovery).
And Cadillac has succeeded in giving the CTS a pleasing guttural purr, even with automatic transmission.
Purr walked right past the cat blankets and the cat books.