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Synonyms for fitch

dark brown mustelid of woodlands of Eurasia that gives off an unpleasant odor when threatened

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The other is silage corn, grown by the Fitches and other dairy farmers.
The richness of this source material offers the reader an opportunity to further their own exploration of the story of Mary Proctor and Will Fitches, particularly within the official records.
This is not only in the Wal-Marts and Targets but also in the upscale Talbotses and Abercrombie & Fitches.
Brian Fitches from Kyneton Secondary College, Victoria has set himself and his students on the search for information about those everyday items: batteries.
We applied for and received commercial paper ratings from Standard & Poor's and Fitches at the 2 level.
In the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel (4:9), the Israelites were instructed to take wheat, barley, beans, lentiles and millet and fitches (an aromatic black seed used as a condiment).
Applicable criteria available on Fitches website at www.
The Fitches kept the southern half of the parcel, which is largely undeveloped but includes the strip building best known as the location of Gadwall's Grill since its original home next door burned in 2007.
In the end she settled on Daisy Davies, Krisha Baden, Ben Putt, Isabella Saunders and Alexandria Fitches.
BIGGEST FANS: From left, Paula Thomas, Karen Carden, LeanneTait, David Fitches and Matthew Langdown who are all colleagues of National Express East Coast X Factor contestant Sam Bennett
Gnr Fitches killed while attempting to recover wagons.