mud dauber

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wasp that constructs mud cells on a solid base in which females place eggs laid in paralyzed insect larvae

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Laura Schaumberg, Marketing Director at the CVB, expanded on the significance of the event: "We are thrilled that JD Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers shared the rich traditions of quilting and American roots music with the Lord Mayor and people of Dublin, Ireland.
As former UO football player and Register-Guard football analyst Ken Woody wrote after Bellotti's announcement, "The Ducks are an elite team in the Pac-10 right now, while they were dirt daubers in the '70s, '80s and early '90s.