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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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Within decades, however, these hermits were spurred by the changing politics of the medieval Middle East to move to Europe, becoming mendicant friars and often practicing a less stringent way of life.
We compared the frequency of visitation of the Scale-throated Hermit between high-density and low-density plots, and the average height of V incurvata individuals and the mean foraging height of the Scale-throated Hermit, using t-tests.
The professional hermit occupied, as Campbell puts it, "a specialist niche.
Life as a hermit built upon that foundation and added a greater sense of her own strength and resilience.
When three or more terrestrial hermit crabs congregate, they quickly attract dozens of others eager to trade up.
Hermits were not societal dropouts but part of the cutting edge of the church.
According to HUD, HERMIT will enhance the monitoring and tracking of the HECM loan portfolio in real-time and will automate the payment of insurance claims while increasing efficiency and mitigating insurance fund risk.
However, she railed tightly on the bend and was just a length or so second behind Happy Hermit entering the back-straight.
Since then, 20 new-born babies have joined the hermit ibis family, rising the number of the almost extinct species in the region to 117, Cetin said.
Hermit crabs, those intriguing sea creatures who travel around with their houses on their backs are the starring characters in this counting book for the very young.
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.
D'Arenberg The Hermit Crab Viognier Marsanne, 2006 ($14.