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a person, traditionally a woman, who persistently nags or criticizes

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The gray shrew (Notiosorex crawfordi Coues) occurs in the southwestern United States, ranging from southern California and eastward to west Texas (Davis 1941; Borell & Bryant 1942; Punzo 2003a; Whitaker 1996).
With its powerful back legs, an elephant shrew can outrun most of its enemies, including birds, snakes, and lizards.
In this study, we determined the seroprevalence of SFTSV and the prevalence of SFTSV viral RNA among rodents and shrews captured in rural areas of eastern China.
As for their basic lifestyle, elephant shrews may be more like really mixed-up antelopes.
From this we have ascertained that the dead animal is a shrew, and due to its appearance in the bag it would seem to have been dead for a relatively short period of time.
A shrew has to consume almost its own body weight in food each day and will succumb from starvation if it doesn't eat every few hours.
Shakespeare's Globe bring their award-winning small-scale version of The Taming Of The Shrew to St Donat's Castle this August Bank Holiday.
In the process of picking screen-washed matrix from PCS, two shrew specimens were recovered.
Bailey draws a great deal of attention to the Induction, a framing device which sets the Taming of the Shrew up as a play within a play.
Cranford actress Lisa Dillon is to take the lead role of Katharina in a new Royal Shakespeare Company production of The Taming of the Shrew.
TicketInfo The Taming of the Shrew, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Jan 19-Feb 18, tickets: 0844 800 1110, www.
Maqaasid has long been considered for the fillies' Classic, but Clarehaven Stables could also be represented by The Shrew.
Although the geographic range of Merriam's shrew includes most of Nevada, there are relatively few records for this species in the northern part of the state.
Researchers may have discovered a previously unknown species of the giant elephant shrew - a small mammal with a nose like a trunk - in a remote Kenyan forest.