pocket gopher

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I have left out such time wasters as inserting chewing gum in gopher holes, using mothballs (What is it about mothballs?
In other words, Gopher lets you burrow through piles of information at the thousands of Gopher sites - Gopher holes - around the world making up what is called Gopherspace.
After spending all morning chasing the water around in order to find and fill gopher holes, we'd sit back and rest, only to find a whole row of pears completely bereft of water.
With bankers chasing gophers in the background, hitting them on their heads whenever they pop-up from their gopher holes, Stein explains, "Think about it.
Gophers are highly territorial and even though you might see many mounds with their adjacent gopher holes in a fairly large area (up to 1000 square feet), you are probably looking at the work of a single animal.
CANYON COUNTRY -- Last season, a coupled of young outfielders suffered twisted ankles in the gopher holes that marred the Canyon Country Little League complex.
The 1980 comedy ends with a frustrated golf course groundskeeper - famously played by Bill Murray - blowing up gopher holes in a series of explosions timed to Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture.
The 18-year-olds, Erin Mauldin of Lancaster and Edward Mouton of Palmdale, were caught in a field as they tried to stuff money down gopher holes, sheriff's deputies said.
It was a fairly nondescript piece of ground: Some knee-high grass, a few withered blackberry vines and a couple of gopher holes.
The teenagers, Erin Mauldin, 18, of Lancaster and Edward Mouton, 18, of Palmdale, were caught in a field as they tried to stuff money down gopher holes, sheriff's deputies said.
They were detained while trying to stuff money down gopher holes out there,'' Deputy Dave Jennings said.