bear cat


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Synonyms for bear cat

reddish-brown Old World raccoon-like carnivore

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(NASDAQ: ARIS) said that ECHO Bear Cat will implement ARI's leading online eCatalog solution on its dealer portal to allow ECHO Bear Cat distributors and dealers to quickly and easily identify, locate and buy replacement parts.
Last year, there was an horrific incident at another UK zoo when a bear cat cub was ripped apart by a pair of lions.
ECHO Bear Cat's SC2170 Chipper/Shredder comes equipped with a 24nch chipping capacity, a Subaru 170cc engine, and two reversible, heat-treated chipper blades.
He also owned 15 greyhounds - "the best was Bear Cat" - when he was a bookmaker at the Cardiff Arms Parkgrey hound racing track which closed in 1977.
Crary Bear Cat, West Fargo, N.D., announced the addition of two engine driven towable chippers to its line of outdoor power equipment.
More than five thousand green sea turtles from islands in the Sulu Sea were released in near-shore waters, and captive breeding programs were established to save the endangered Philippine bear cat and the Philippine mouse deer.
Ten years ago, when he was starting out as a stand-up, Rainer and his comedy partner Peter Wylie were the guest spot at the Bear Cat Cabaret in Twickenham.
The word for panda in Chinese, da xiongmau (dah SHUNG-mao) means big bear cat, which stirred further debate.
He also had greyhounds at one time which used to race at the Cardiff Arms Park, the best of them being Bear Cat.
Testing was discontinued at the end of 1941, as no new tractor models were made during the war, and wasn't resumed until late 1946, when an Ellinwood Bear Cat garden tractor (which put out 1.33 drawbar horsepower) was tested.
"He was also a bookmaker at the Cardiff Arms Park greyhound racing track which closed in 1977 and owned a number of greyhounds himself the best being Bear Cat.
John Van Gilder was the sport of the area with a Stutz Bear Cat in which he would only use White Rose Gasoline that he hauled from Evansville in a Reo Speedwagon, a truck with wire sides like a chain link fence.
He was paid pounds 7 for his first gig in a pub in Stoke Newington and his third booking at the Bear Cat in Twickenham saw him "walking off stage to the sound of his own feet."