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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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Taking the man from the poem and calling him 'Jim Craig', Miller and Burrowes took the other two characters mentioned in the poem--Harrison, the 'old man with his hair as white as snow', and Clancy of the Overflow--and sketched out a broad plot focusing on family, the land and myth-making.
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In a wide ranging debate covering issues such as missing persons, Famagusta, religious and cultural heritage and hydrocarbons, David Burrowes drew attention to the damaging comments of President Erdogan about "two founding states" and said "they do not constitute a solution but a perpetuation of the division of Cyprus.
Burrowes, a practising Christian, originally wrote to Maria Miller, the equalities minister, raising concerns about the impact on schools of the Coalition's plans to change the marriage laws.
Burrowes, McKinnon's local MP, was part of a campaign against moves by the US to force him to face trial in America for hacking into military websites more than 10 years ago.
Burrowes added that banks had indicated they were increasingly worried that a focus on bonuses and pay would stop them being able to attract the quality of staff they needed.
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