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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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Burrows, who served on that working group and favors such a plan, said the next Republican speaker should have the full support of the majority of the caucus.
Post-fledging dispersal of burrowing owls in southwestern Idaho: characterization of movements and use of satellite burrows.
Lesser bandicoot rat burrows were identified by examining the size of burrow openings, excavated soil particles, presence of fecal droppings (size and shape) or foot tracks.
I feel like I have (him) to thank for just about everything," says director-producer Pam Fryman, who like Burrows is one of TV's most sought-after pilot directors.
Burrows said the Ward-Garrison apartments will rent for $675 to $950 per month depending on the size and view.
Geographical coordinates of the sites were recorded and details of the burrows were quantified and photographed.
After reading on Facebook about the victim's injuries, Burrows went to a police station the next day and confessed.
Sometimes people build artificial burrows for the burrowing owls to live in.
While burrow excavation was rarely witnessed, indirect signs that a burrow had been made by some organism, rather than being naturally formed, was indicated primarily by its shape, evidence of digging and also through consulting published descriptions of the burrows made by particular organisms (if known).
All orbiniids have been described as motile deposit feeders that do not make permanent burrows (Fauchald and Jumars, 1979).
Senior partner George Sidaway said: "We are delighted that the practice will continue under the guidance of David Burrows and Ian Lewis and are confident the experience of the new team will benefit all of our clients.