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hutch

1. standard cagelike accommodation for rabbits.
2. light, movable cabin for calves or pigs; to provide shelter and warmth for animals at pasture.

hutch burn
a disease of rabbits characterized by external inflammation of the external genitalia and the anus caused by constant wetness due to wet hutch floors.
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Yesterday's arrests followed a similar operation last Saturday as officers arrested three men, allegedly preventing an attack on Patsy Hutch.
Hutch is now open for dinner in Andersonville and daily brunch kicks off on Saturday.
Every doe's hutch should have a nesting box, where she will give birth and care for her litter.
Caption: An old walk-behind mower provides a perfect Platform for mounting a small rabbit hutch.
The arrest was made in relation to the investigation into the murder of Gareth Hutch" Gareth Hutch was a nephew of Gerry "The Monk" Hutch.
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The carve-out transaction includes transfer of customer management operations from Hutch facilities in Sri Lanka to Aegis' customer experience center in Colombo.
Anna says she now believes the hutch, which was second-hand, may be haunted by a previous furry inhabitant.
Hutch Media operates a collection of digital magazines centered on specific content verticals from entertainment news (RumorFix) and home improvement (HGDIY) to parenting (BestMomsTV) reaching ms of fans and enthusiasts.
She said: "I am doing this event partly to raise awareness that a simple rabbit hutch is not enough and that rabbit's need far more care, space and stimulation than most of them currently get.
Dialog is said to have offered $78 million to acquire Hutch.