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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 staff said they tried to release the wombat back into the wild, but he lacks the ability to defend if other wombats bother him.
Some of these possibilities are nicely detailed at the back of the book by explaining notions such as why the wombat might be so tired, why curlews appear to be curious and asking if all birds are really very loud.
University of Adelaide researcher Wayne Boardman said the non-native toxic potato weed appeared to be affecting the wombats livers, triggering a reaction with ultraviolet light that caused them to lose their fur.
The tape catches a few hairs when a wombat brushes it.
In this period a number of new wombats had arrived at the Regent's Park Zoo: a rare, hairy-nosed wombat on 24 July 1862, and two common wombats despatched from the Melbourne Zoo on 18 March 1863.
The Wombat comes with a special four-level filtration system.
If you are the manufacturer of Wombat software and your margin is 88% you can easily get it on GSA for $4400.
This book, discusses the life, environment and potential extinction of a species that should be more widely discussed, the wombat.
The heir to the throne was shown cleaning a toilet, as well as doing a bit of lumberjacking and telling children that he was a wombat - but he's OK.
The acronym adopted for these methods is WOMBAT (Word Of Mouth Business Acquisition Tactics).
Cyveillance, a world leader in cyber intelligence, today announced an agreement with Wombat Security Technologies, a leader in cyber security training and filtering technologies, to provide specialized training and testing of organizations on growing social engineering threats.
The spotlight has been on Ballarat Wildlife Park and its resident "wombassador" Patrick last week with Tourism Australia's Facebook post about the park's 29 year-old virgin wombat grabbing global media attention.
They range from the standard cuddly toys - including a giant wombat which has already become a firm favourite - to a child-sized amphibious vehicle.
A wombat fossil the size of a car has been found in Australia and described by scientists as the "most complete and best preserved" of its kind.
Among the top Wombat players are shortstop Cody Hall, perhaps the team's most reliable player.