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fitch

1. the European polecat, Mustela putorius putorius; farmed for its fur.
2. pelt of the polecat.
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On a global level there are three major things that drive this work,' says Fitches.
The trick is making something out of insects that doesn't look like insects ELAINE FITCHES INVOLVED IN THE PROTEINSECT PROJECT
Tony (Tiger) Fitches and Angela Gabrielle McKenna were married on September 9 onboard the Sea Star yacht in Cyprus.
The 2007 president of the Cheshire Golf Union is John Allen, who was welcomed into office by the 2006 president, Malcolm Fitches.
But at least the Fitches, who grow 70 acres of corn in Milford for their own cattle feed, will benefit from higher com prices, right?
Take thou also unto thee wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentils, and millet, and fitches, and put them in one vessel, and make thee bread thereof.
The book follows Mary from her trial and transportation to the Australian colonies along with her friend Mary Dove, her marriage to Will Fitches and finally to her death in Happy Valley, that 'fading little mining town in rural Victoria'.
Crews and Abercrombie and Fitches should have solid seasons," said Cory Zelnick, president of Winick Realty Group.
That's nothing compared to the peccadillo-clogged closets of the Fitches and their assorted servants.
But Andrea Fitches, whose 16-year-old son Anthony is one of those suspended, said: "My son was found with a snowball in his hand he hasn't hurt anyone or thrown it at a person or building.