sewer rat

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sewer rat

A common brown rat, so-called because it is often found in sewers. Why are you screaming? Haven't you ever seen a sewer rat before? Walk faster, there are sewer rats in here!
See also: rat, sewer
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Remy the sewer rat is the eponymous character of this piquant fairytale which aims to prove the simple theory that 'anyone can cook'.
LiKe the sewer rat that he was, Gaddafi's final moments were fittingly spent cowering in a drain.
THE sewer rat who stole a collection tin for the blind from a corner shop should be no surprise to many people.
We then headed for the Ladybird kids rollercoaster which has a surprising kick to it and was loved by all and from there to the ship known as The Wave for the boys (twice) and the underground coaster the Sewer Rat.
Detectives hunting the Sewer Rat released pictures of men who worked on the drains complex at Kidsgrove which became Lesley's grave.
The away day saw staff enjoy white-knuckle rides such as The Ultimate, the Wave and the Sewer Rat.
Ed Norton, the sewer rat on the old television series The Honeymooners, would appreciate Lane Robertson's products.
That's like saying "This new fortnightly bins collection is actually educational, because it allows us to better get to know our old friend, the sewer rat.
A combined effort from everyone - from chiefs of police down to the man on the street - is needed to ensure the sewer rats responsible for these vile acts of terrorism are wiped out for ever.
When will we find a government with the commitment to bring peace and harmony to our neighbourhoods once and for all and rid them of the sewer rats who live amongst us all Joe (a very concerned grandfather of three), West Derby
But we set him a challenge in 2014: make this the year where we protect victims of crimes rather than making excuses for the sewer rats who commit them.
I was going to call him a sewer rat, but that might insult the sewer rats.
The high moral ground collapses as the sewer rats devour the foundations of decency.
I was going to call him a sewer rat, but that might be insulting the sewer rats.