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Synonyms for Badger

pester

Synonyms for Badger

to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

to torment with persistent insult or ridicule

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a native or resident of Wisconsin

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persuade through constant efforts

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We are enthusiastic to support the local business community as the Bublr mission parallels Badger's internal cultural strategy - to encourage a safe and healthy work atmosphere," says Paul Schlagenhauf, President of Badger Truck Center.
National charity, the Badger Trust, says badgers are still suffering cruelty despite new protections in the 2004 Hunting Act.
He said at one time, he would see up to 12 badgers in that area, but that was now down to two.
All badgers found dead are being examined for signs of the disease.
Mrs Evans, said: "As we approach the spring, badger activity will increase and it is more likely that badgers will be killed on our roads.
But don't let the name fool you - the honey badger is anything but sweet.
Paul Fulford (Mail, February 25), you need reminding that since 1998 up to 2013, the Government has culled 13,000 badgers at a cost of PS50 million.
We are now told that with 510 badgers left this is a total failure, whereas if 750 had been left that would have been a success.
He writes: "I'm baffled how the badger brigade claim to be animal lovers when badgers suffering with TB end up dying a terrible death.
Summary: A badger flash mob targeted Defra in protest against badger culling to a soundtrack by Brian May who supports the cause.
It claims to want the creation of a healthy, balanced badger population - by using carbon monoxide to kill diseased badgers.
Although badger fighting - traditionally pitting badgers against each another in a pit - was outlawed in the UK in 1835, people have found new ways to engineer the bloody sport.
The Government must not initiate a blanket cull of badgers as a way of tackling the surge in TB, scientists at a Midland university have warned.
European badgers can catch and spread the form of tuberculosis that strikes mainly cattle, but farmers and animal enthusiasts have debated whether killing badgers would protect herds.