chinchilla


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  • noun

Synonyms for chinchilla

the expensive silvery grey fur of the chinchilla

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a thick twilled fabric of wool and cotton

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small rodent with soft pearly grey fur

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They will take part in lessons and birthday parties like our other chinchillas do.
Fusilier Ieuan Pope, left, and Lance Corporal Sean Vickery from The 3rd Battalion The Royal Welsh and, below, 3rd |Battalion The Royal Welsh soldiers taking part in a platoon attack on the Chinchilla Training Area in Albacete, south eastern Spain Fusilier Ieuan Pope, left, and Lance Corporal Sean Vickery from The 3rd Battalion The Royal Welsh and, below, 3rd |Battalion The Royal Welsh soldiers taking part in a platoon attack on the Chinchilla Training Area in Albacete, south eastern Spain PICTURES: CORPORAL BARRY LLOYD RLC
Along with the chinchilla rat, four new species of frog, one new lizard specie and a new aquatic rodent was discovered.
There are three primary species of the animal-Lanigera, Brevicaudata, and Costina-but most of the pets bred in captivity descend from the Lanigera Chinchilla species.
We've talked about strengthening institutions, international issues--in particular about Costa Rica's effort to become more involved on the international economic stage," said Chinchilla.
The Chinchilla operation is the first of its kind in the western world to operate multi-panel UCG gasifiers.
Part of the growth strategy Chinchilla outlined was to continue to invest in Costa Rica's human capital.
PLEA: Pets at Home worker Dan Roberts appealing for the chinchillas return PLEA: Pets at Home worker Dan Roberts appealing for the chinchillas return HE'S BACK: deputy manager Hayley Hambridge with Charlie the chinchilla Picture Mark Radford MR140710PETS-03
BRISBANE, Australia, June 29, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Linc Energy the world leader in Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) technology, and AFC Energy (LSE: AFC), the world's leading developer of low-cost alkaline fuel cells, have successfully trialled hydrogen fuel cell technology to produce electricity at Linc Energy's Chinchilla Demonstration Facility in Queensland.
When Laura Chinchilla is sworn in as Costa Rica's first female president May 8, one of the challenges she faces is defining the relationship between the state and the Catholic church.
COSTA RICA has inaugurated Laura Chinchilla as its first woman leader, replacing Nobel laureate Oscar Arias with his former vice president and protege.
Costa Ricans have elected their first female president, with Laura Chinchilla, the ruling party candidate, taking 47 per cent of the vote.
SAN JOSE: Laura Chinchilla, a protege of Nobel peace laureate President Oscar Arias, won a landslide election victory in Costa Rica on Sunday to become the country s first woman elected president.
I want to thank the pioneering women who years ago opened the doors of politics in Costa Rica," Laura Chinchilla said Sunday to flag-waving supporters in the capital, San Jose.
The ruling National Liberation Partys Laura Chinchilla, a former vice president, leads right-wing opposition candidate Otto Guevara and Otton Solis, from the center-left, who have both accused her of being a puppet of Arias.