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bald-headed hermit

and bald-headed mouse and one-eyed pants mouse
n. the penis. (Usually objectionable.) Somebody said something about the attack of the one-eyed pants mouse, and all the boys howled with laughter. Although “bald-headed hermit” gave her mental images of Ghandi on vacation, she soon figured out the riddle.
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Though both spent many years of devotion residing in communal monasteries with other Carmelite nuns, it was their desire to live more fully the spirituality of the monks of Mount Carmel that led them into the wilderness, to seek "the original charism," that of the first Carmelite hermits.
When three or more terrestrial hermit crabs congregate, they quickly attract dozens of others eager to trade up.
Development of the HERMIT system falls under a $32 million contract awarded in by HUD in 2009.
Lumbricus invasions substantially alter forest floor habitats, and it is possible they influence Hermit Thrush nesting locations and territory densities.
They combine the silly charm of a real hermit crab with an imaginative, playful twist.
However, she railed tightly on the bend and was just a length or so second behind Happy Hermit entering the back-straight.
A source said: "Everyone calls him The Hermit, because he could mix but has chosen not to.
Other winners included Bence Mate's photo of a hummingbird and a viper and Alex Marttunen's hermit crab in a bottle top.
His topics include the hermit novelist, Hazel Motes and the desert tradition, sporting with demons, entering a strange country, the prophet and the word in the desert, Acedia and Penthosm vision and vice, and the power of exile.
A total of 97 hermit ibis, taken under protection in Birecik town of southeastern Sanliurfa province, were set free for reproduction in nature by the end of February, Turan Cetin from the Nature Association told AA on Tuesday.
10 Little Hermit Crabs Allen & Unwin, 2009 unpaged A$19.
The hermit, anchorite or anchoress was a familiar sight across medieval England too, even from Anglo-Saxon times, and a few of the cells they lived in still survive.
She outlines the process and interprets the panel as an introduction of the man and his purported miracles to the Sienese, who were encouraged to adopt him and venerate him as a patron who combined the active life of a friar with the contemplative spirituality of the hermit.
Fossil trackways left on ancient tidal flats 500 million years ago hint that some ocean-dwelling arthropods, like today's hermit crabs, hauled out onto land wearing shells, researchers report in the April Geology.