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weasel

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The weasel let go the cub and flashed at the she-wolf's throat, missing, but getting a hold on the jaw instead.
She nozzled him and caressed him and licked the cuts made in him by the weasel's teeth.
The HOUYHNHNMS keep the YAHOOS for present use in huts not far from the house; but the rest are sent abroad to certain fields, where they dig up roots, eat several kinds of herbs, and search about for carrion, or sometimes catch weasels and LUHIMUHS (a sort of wild rat), which they greedily devour.
The hawks and weasels and 'coons were so many Dowsetts, Lettons, and Guggenhammers that struck at him secretly.
Ben Weasel, frontman of legendary punk band Screeching Weasel, said the band's upcoming Chicago concert date feels a bit more special than usual.
The mountaineer said that during expedition, he found Weasel animal, which was usually available in Siberia and North America.
It was a weasel, which ran along a path towards me at RSPB Saltholme and reared up on to its hind legs just a couple of feet away while trying to stare me out.
"The weasel population is very large with them reproducing at a high rate and controlling them needs a plan from the ministries and government authorities concerned.
Ugandan artiste Weasel has moved on after losing his music twin Mowzey Radio.
The Scottish SPCA is currently caring for a little weasel called Steasel at their NationalWildlife Rescue Centre in Fishcross.
In the sequel to "Once Upon a Weasel " (9780997798203, $15.95 HC, $4.99 Kindle), the weasel and boy are back in "Wild Wild Weasel"!