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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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Wombat teeth are strong enough to bite through tree roots, so I have to keep an eye on any electric cables at home.
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.
According to IAT, the E2E Wombat Interface provides reliable high speed market data which, when combined with Orc Liquidator, makes it the right platform to suit the company's needs for algorithmic trading.
For more than 20 years, Michael Hewitt-Gleeson has been a pioneer in the fields of sales and marketing, and Wombat Selling provides clear advice and insight about how to increase profit and long term customer value without blowing the advertising and marketing budgets.
He is said to have stated that the placing of the wombat in the epergne inspired the 'dormouse in the tea-pot' incident in Alice in Wonderland, and supports this by saying that Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) was a frequent visitor at Cheyne Walk when he was writing Alice.
For its hard work, the wombat wants to be rewarded.
His rather overheated Egyptological wombat, shown whizzing past the pyramids, is an excellent example, and was much later chosen by Lady Burne-Jones as an illustration for her memoir.
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.
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.
This book, discusses the life, environment and potential extinction of a species that should be more widely discussed, the wombat.
Struggling to think of one, William came up with wombat - his mother's pet name for him as a toddler - and wrote: "My name is William.