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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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then ascending the track we clamber over the steep hill, passing by numerous deep holes, concealed almost by the thick bushes of the wild Raspberry, the Forget-me-not, and other of our indigenous plants;--they are the burrows of that uncouth creature, the Wombat, which is very numerous along the coast.
Y tu hwnt i gynyddu fy nghydymdeimlad i at wombats sy'n cynhyrchu cannoedd o'r rhain bob nos, mae'r ffeithiau dyrchafol yma hefyd wedi cynyddu fy edmygedd i at fyd natur yn gyffredinol.
The phishing report assembled data from three main sources: analysis of tens of millions of simulated phishing attacks sent through Wombat's Security Education Platform over a 12-month period; 10,000-plus responses collected from quarterly surveys of Wombat's database of infosec professionals from more than 16 industries; and insights from a third-party survey of more than 3,000 technology users in the U.S., U.K., and Germany.
If they're bushfire victims they often have burnt faces and paws.' Over time, Linda puts the wombats in pairs.
The soft pastel colours combined with well executed black and white drawings, gives this book an earthy feel that both highlights the counting numbers and enhances the mood of the wombat. There is also a number of challenging words within the rhyming sequences that might require some further discussion with young children, but this only adds to the teaching and learning possibilities within the book.
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.
E2E Infotech, a subsidiary of AurionPro (BSE:AURIONPRO) and a capital markets solution provider, announced on Wednesday (11 February) development of an interface providing users of financial software developer Orc Software (SSE:ORC) solutions with connectivity to the Wombat Platform from NYSE Technologies, a provider of end-to-end electronic trading solutions.
For its hard work, the wombat wants to be rewarded.
In the lead-up to the Victorian state election, the Bracks Labor government made three important and exciting promises in regard to Forests and National Parks Policy: to protect the forests of the Otway Ranges; to end woodchipping in the Wombat Forest; and to prohibit the burning of native forest wood for electricity and charcoal production.
tomorrow at the Zoological Gardens--place of meeting the Wombat's Lair.
The Wombat HighLow positioning chair is designed for children one to twelve years old with mild to moderate levels of physical disabilities.
Of course Australia is best known for its marsupial mammals: several species of kangaroo and their smaller cousins, the wallabies; the sweet-faced rural-and urban-dwelling ring-tailed possum; and the chubby hairy-nosed wombat. Then there's the duck-billed platypus, with the body of an otter and the beak and feet of Donald Duck; the sugar glider, a small possum whose skin stretches between fore and hind legs, providing "wings" with which to glide from tree to tree; and of course Australia's signature koalas.
BOISE, Idaho-ProTeam has added to its line of premium canister and upright vacuum cleaners by introducing a high-powered Wombat canister.
You sell the Wombat II commercially and to agencies for $4500.