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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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However, it's understood associates of Hutch are still planning to get revenge for Gary's murder.
Mrs Hutch and her husband Patsy were joined in church by the victim's daughter Leonie, his brothers Patrick and Jordan and sister Lyndsey.
Then, a peg resting on top of the hutch seemingly inexplicably flies off before wriggling around on the ground.
Emma Purnell, who works at the Stocks Veterinary Centre in Uptonupon-Severn, is going to spend 48 hours on her own in a "human-sized" rabbit hutch.
Hutch Affiliates is attending this event to meet with current and future customers as a first step in opening new business relationships in these markets.
Pianist Hutch also fathered at least seven kids by six different women as well as making and losing a fortune.
Glaser portrayed David Starsky, a Brooklyn native who becomes a police officer in Southern California, in "Starsky & Hutch.
The callous villains took Ben, a black and white Netherland Dwarf rabbit along with the hutch he was in from the family's garden on College Road, Middlesbrough.
Hutch was well-read, a thinker with a penchant for fine cuisine.
Fortunately rabbits Truffles and Snuffles, who the children help to look after, were not injured but have since been forced to live in a much smaller hutch donated by a parent.
Hudson Valley Bank (NASDAQ: HUVL) has announced that the bank has received approval from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) to open a branch at the Hutch Metro Centre in the Bronx.
One scorching hot summer, my husband built this hutch.