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a young waitress in a nightclub whose costume includes the tail and ears of a rabbit

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(usually informal) especially a young rabbit

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Bunnies and eggs were featured in the Ostara Festival and, in an attempt to Christianize the festival, Christians started to adopt its traditions.
The couple 25 years ago had two outdoor bunnies when their children were young, but the fancy passed and it wasn't until about five years ago they started their furry family.
Accent nametags with small china bunnies above each plate.
Cadbury is investing [pounds sterling]1m in its Caramel Bunnies brand and in the new year will introduce the first bunnies shell egg packs (rsp: [pounds sterling]9.
I can't wait to say we have a million bunnies," said Frazee.
If you would like to get your paws on a family of bunnies (4ins, 7ins and 10ins), and a selection of greetings cards, then we have 16 sets to give away to Chipper members in today's competition.
Boule, the pastry shop owned by Michelle Myers of Sona restaurant, offers truffle-filled chocolate eggs and milk or dark chocolate bunnies, marshmallows in rose, lemon and passion fruit flavors, macaroons, egg-shaped cakes and more.
Now we had two baby bunnies, with no idea where they had come from.
Out of 50 or 60 bunnies, there were probably three or four Black bunnies.
Also new is Blue Bunny Chocolate Bunny Tracks Premium ice cream, filled with Premium Homemade Chocolate Ice Cream, chocolate fudge sauce, peanut butter caramel ribbons, salty-sweet chocolate covered peanuts and mini peanut butter filled chocolate bunnies.
Giant Lindt Gold Bunnies will be on display for one day only to get people in the mood for Easter.
After about an hour of these activities, most of the children (including some whose high level of participation surprised the teacher) were quite efficient at playing the game, and they asked about finding two Bunnies.
Children had the chance to win prizes by searching for 15 cut-out wooden painted bunnies and eggs hidden around the farm park near Warwick.