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Synonyms for nanny


Synonyms for nanny

a woman who is the custodian of children

female goat

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When the city council in Waukee, Iowa, approved the rules for the month-old center Tuesday, members signed-off on a provision that bans all animals ``except` seeing-eye dogs or walking nanny goats.
The motion, tabled by Dumfries and Galloway Labour MP Russell Brown, reads: "The House of Commons congratulates the Sunday Mirror for exposing the British Deer Society's activity of using the stalking and shooting of nanny goats as a fundraising activity.
The farm has 50 nanny goats and is expecting 100 kids to be born this spring.
Previously, radio collars have been fitted to nanny goats to track their movements and feeding patterns and hair samples were taken for DNA analysis.
In the past, the population on the nearby Great Ormes Head at Llandudno increased so much there was a move to put the nanny goats on birth control pills.
Farm workers said eight nanny goats had given birth this week with three more due to produce any day.
The arts festival program includes children from Providencia Elementary School performing excerpts from the rock opera ``Three Nanny Goats Gruff,'' the Glendale High School Hand-bell Choir and La Canada High School students performing musical highlights from ``Mame.
As you may have already noticed, we never speak of billy goats or nanny goats.
We had people across the hillside but we failed on two attempts to round up some nanny goats.
The marksman's target would either be selected breeding nanny goats or a section of a herd.
During September a further six nanny goats were relocated to an English Nature site in Somerset.
Providencia Elementary School in Burbank, with excerpts from the rock opera ``Three Nanny Goats Gruff'';
Lesley Lawson,of the Great Orme Country Park, said: ``Out of 80 nanny goats caught and given the implant,only 14 kids were born in each of the last two years.