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Synonyms for burrow

Synonyms for burrow

a place used as an animal's dwelling

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Synonyms for burrow

a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter

move through by or as by digging

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We're producing work-ready graduates, especially for the 21st century,' Burrowes said.
However, as adapted by Burrowes and Miller, the poem becomes a mythic coming-of-age story for the titular man.
Mr Burrowes said he was lucky to be alive after his experience at the failing hospital.
Burrowes said Cyprus had a conservative president who had taken a very sensible view of the sovereign base areas and had shown a keen understanding of the ongoing strategic interests of those base areas for wider security in the region.
The Burrowes Building and its mirror image, the Sparks Building, featured entrances flanked by tall columns and highlighted by decorative friezes with Greek and Egyptian flowers and images.
In his new role, Burrowes will report to Darden CEO Gene Lee.
Mr Burrowes noted that the British Parliamentarians and the UK Government "must not rest until we have a solution to the Cyprus problem which delivers justice and respect for the human rights of all Cypriots.
My father, who was as supportive as they come, gave me the use of some of the space and equipment at his business so that I could create Burrowes Research Machinery, and the rest is history.
Groomsmen were Jacob Lee Aycock, Cody August Bie'stein, Jeffery David Burrowes, Basher Channing Green, Nathan Ross Herrin, Michael Thomas Mazih, Casey Wayne Powell, Jason Michael Skrmetti, and Matthew Stephen Sumrall.
Tory backbencher David Burrowes had written to Dominic Grieve QC earlier this month questioning the eight-month terms for perverting the course of justice.
MP David Burrowes said: "There's serious unrest in the grassroots.
According to the Telegraph, her admission came in a letter to a fellow Conservative MP, David Burrowes, last month.
David Burrowes called for reform of the treaty after Home Secretary Theresa May said that if it was applied to McKinnon, he would be likely to take his own life.
Retail divisions were instead driving the hiring at banks, as the business had performed well and the fight for market share was growing, Kevin Burrowes, UK financial services leader at PwC, told reporters.
Andy Burrowes, a postal expert at Consumer Focus, said he had a number of key concerns including privacy for customers once counters are removed and service provision from a lack of specialist Post Office staff.