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beaver away

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the soft brown fur of the beaver

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a native or resident of Oregon

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a full beard

a movable piece of armor on a medieval helmet used to protect the lower face

a hat made with the fur of a beaver (or similar material)

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large semiaquatic rodent with webbed hind feet and a broad flat tail

work hard on something

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Yet still, ever after that sorrowful day, Whenever the Butcher was by, The Beaver kept looking the opposite way, And appeared unaccountably shy.
Then Grey Beaver took a knife from a sheath that hung around his neck, and went into the thicket and cut a stick.
Grey Beaver made mouth-noises which White Fang interpreted as not hostile, so he came still nearer.
He heard Grey Beaver chuckle above him, and he knew the sound was not hostile.
But Grey Beaver laughed loudly, and slapped his thighs, and told the happening to all the rest of the camp, till everybody was laughing uproariously.
It comes down to looking at a long-term solution and whether or not the beavers are in what would be considered a no-tolerance zone, like a public water supply," Mr.
TSgt Kimberley Beavers is the NCOIC of the Financial Services Flight at the 633d Comptroller Squadron, Joint Base Langley-Eustis.
A SARM document said beavers have become a problem: "Beavers and the structures that they create can cause many issues in rural areas, as they can lead to the flooding of property and roads that can be a public safety concern.
Beavers at the centre are under surveillance as a recently installed webcam captures every move the rodents make.
Those goals are to: establish sustained beaver populations within suitable habitat; monitor the beaver harvest; minimize beaver damage complaints; increase public awareness and knowledge of the benefits of beavers and their habitat; and provide sustained opportunities to use and experience beavers.
So, rather than go on about beavers and backsides, lest you think this discussion is getting badly derailed and otherwise, well, flagging, let's just say that the maple leaf and the beaver are both worthy symbols of national pride.
Accompanying your recent article about giant extinct beavers ("Ancient beavers did not eat trees," SN.
Landowners hate it when beavers flood their fields, fell their valuable trees or cause road washouts by blocking culverts.
Employee Jayne Hanson, whose children attend the Beavers, said: "It was a genuine case of mend and make do.
The adult female was freed at Knapdale Forest in Argyll along with two other beavers from the same family in June.