Noun(1) a kind of arboreal rodent having a long bushy tail(2) the fur of a squirrel
(1) Burrowing owls prefer to remodel an existing burrow, often a ground squirrel 's.(2) Most property owners would applaud any effort to squirrel money away for a rainy day but the sheer size of the city's reserve accounts would indicate a closer look.(3) There in the branches, also motionless, also fixed in attention, is a gray-brown squirrel with a tail so long and so absolutely pure pure white it's wonderful.(4) We now need to have companies and all other New Zealanders following suit and beginning to squirrel funds away for their own retirement.(5) It is common knowledge that people save for homes, education, and other expensive items, not because they have some innate urge to squirrel some portion of their income away.(6) All summer long, I was able to squirrel a little bit away here and there without Rick's knowledge.(7) Collars on keys style flies can be made of squirrel , marabou, cross cut bunny and hackle and combo bunny/hackle that is wrapped around the hook and then swept back.(8) The new guidelines will provide better management for the northern flying squirrel in West Virginia and expedite its recovery.(9) Reds and greys mix in other parts of the midlands and the border counties, but Carey said the native Irish squirrel is ├ö├ç├┐extremely rare├ö├ç├û, particularly in the east.(10) This is the trade name for brushes made of squirrel , goat, pony, bear, sheep or a blend of the above.(11) My upstairs neighbor in my fourplex apartment has started feeding a squirrel peanuts.(12) Overhead, a fox squirrel chattered and nut tailings fell into my hair.(13) But why squirrel your money away when there is so little good news on the savings front?(14) People will still need to eat, and in the past there has been a short-term increase in shopping as people squirrel stuff away in case times get bad.(15) The cops would regularly gather in the parking lot to watch for people driving drunk or simply squirreling around.(16) Boreal Owls prey on small mammals, including voles, mice, and small squirrels .
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