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wombat

(ˈwɑmbæt)
n. a strange person; a geek. (Collegiate.) Who’s the wombat in the 1957 Chevy?
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Tourism Australia's trivia about the wombat has led some Facebook users to comment on Patrick's virginity.
Other key players for the Wombats include Travis Benoit, Chris Chianese, Brendan Gallagher, Anthony Papandrea, Tim Post, Eric Sachse, Eric Seaver, Sam Stratton and Jordan Teevens.
Boardman said it was unclear why the herbivorous wombat had suddenly taken to eating the noxious weed but a shortage of their usual grasses and alternative foods could be to blame.
A wombat is mature at two, though they'll keep growing for another couple of years, but other wombats I'd known didn't have babies till they were about three years old.
The Wombats remain a great live attraction and what a great coup for the Cluny as the Wombats are sensationally lined up to play the Royal Albert Hall in May.
Walker is studying southern hairy-nosed wombats, which live in remote areas of South Australia.
These were apparently soon covered with sketches drawn or scratched into the paint, mostly of wombats.
Of course Australia is best known for its marsupial mammals: several species of kangaroo and their smaller cousins, the wallabies; the sweet-faced rural-and urban-dwelling ring-tailed possum; and the chubby hairy-nosed wombat.
This book, discusses the life, environment and potential extinction of a species that should be more widely discussed, the wombat.
THE Wombats are to play a headline show at the ECHO arena.
The grueling schedule rolls on as the Wombats, sponsored by Holden American Legion Post 42, play almost every evening in order to complete 26 games before the playoffs arrive.
One of the unusual features of wombats lies with their teeth 6 which never stop growing; meaning that even an elderly one has very strong teeth, allowing it to grind food very finely.
DELAMERE Forest near Northwich provides the backdrop for this three nights of music with Will Young, Plan B and The Wombats playing in a natural amphitheatre set in a woodland clearing.
WOW - UK indie really is at an all-time low if The Wombats are threatening to steal Adele's No1 album crown.