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crispy-critter

n. a person under the effects of marijuana. (From the brand name of a breakfast cereal.) He’s fried all right. A real crispy-critter.
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Finally, the company said that in March 2015, it had acquired Critter Control Inc, the franchisor of over 110 wildlife control operations in the US and Canada and earlier in 2010 it had acquired Trutech.
With Critter Capers, each detective gets a reward for completing the case: a button to take home.
I realized we might have to extricate the critter by removing the Pergo floor (not fun) or a portion of it.
Summary: Not all critters are created equal: Dogs and waterfowl are popular, but cats barely make it onto the radar, at least when it comes to creatures featured on the preppy clothes and accessories that seem synonymous with spring.
Sunday dawned and my husband and I sat on the couch (the one we recently purchased, measuring to make sure Critter who have plenty of room to sit between us), reading the newspaper.
Projects may include artificial selection via predation, where individual critters are killed during the simulations, or artificial competition, where individual resources are removed.
There are two interesting points to be made about the success of critter labels.
Manohar, a man from India, has set a Guinness World Record by swallowing 200 of the slimy critters in 20.
Not much is spared in the way of sexual references and irresponsible behavior, but everything seems real, and we always know Seattle and Critter have good hearts.
What do endangered cave critters, drinking water, and fourth graders have in common?
I handed out a worksheet, which illustrated how a basic idea was reworked three times, and how a critter could be drawn hatching from an egg.
With just a little glue and some scissors, summertime's colorful drinking straws can be turned into silly critters.
Psychos" begins with a prime example: Rangy, sardonic Floyd (Cully Fredricksen) discovers crazed Critter (John Diehl) in his rural North Idaho backyard one midnight, digging a large hole.
Prices start at $20 for the Critter Line Guard package and $50 for the Critter Pole Guard assembly.
Critter Ridders owner Ralph Webb sold his business and assets, including the truck, to APCS owner Clif Gilliam of North Little Rock for $108,000 in April 2001, according to Webb's lawsuit filed in Pulaski County Circuit Court.