defecate


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These cats are straining to defecate because of matted hair covering their anus, not because of any problem with their intestinal tract.
The numbers of dog fouling incidents will not decrease in Knowsley or anywhere else, until dog owners are shown how to train their dogs to defecate at home before they go out in public.
He told the story of Thomas Thistlewood, a former overseer at a plantation who described in diaries how he dealt with wayward slaves by, in one case, having another slave defecate in the mouth of the miscreant.
Mr Bashir suggested she should be forced to endure a "dose of discipline" from brutal 18th century plantation owner Thomas Thistlewood who punished slaves by having someone defecate in their mouth.
One 48-year-old prisoner complained he was forced to defecate in a plastic bag in his cell.
Summary: Muslims who smoke and try to portray themselves as religious are worse than cows that defecate in the street, a top Malaysian Muslim cleric and politician said on Friday, pointing out that smoking
A person unknown had seen fit to defecate on the Korean War Monument to the Fallen.
Pargat Singh said he had been left distraught and humiliated by a claim by one of his passengers that he had crouched down on a grass verge outside a supermarket, apparently preparing to defecate.
Rats will eat virtually anything, defecate anywhere, reproduce six times a year and have litters of up to seven.
They roam wherever they want, go into people's yards and even homes, kill birds and defecate wherever they please, including the back patio.
At other times he was left to defecate while on the board.
With each passing day, the guards stepped up their surveillance, harassment, and intimidation, restricting prisoners to solitary confinement, forcing them to urinate and defecate in buckets, and, responding to a rumor of an escape plot, chaining the prisoners together and putting bags over their heads.
The more progressive are providing temporary toilets and are using bylaws to prosecute those who defecate in public.
Children and pets defecate on the floors and munch dried dog food for nourishment.