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Synonyms for cat


Synonyms for cat

feline mammal usually having thick soft fur and no ability to roar: domestic cats

an informal term for a youth or man

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the leaves of the shrub Catha edulis which are chewed like tobacco or used to make tea

a whip with nine knotted cords

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a large tracked vehicle that is propelled by two endless metal belts

a method of examining body organs by scanning them with X rays and using a computer to construct a series of cross-sectional scans along a single axis

beat with a cat-o'-nine-tails

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A taxpayer is subject to the CAT if its Ohio taxable gross receipts exceed $150,000 (assuming it has bright-fine nexus with the state).
The department decided that CAT personnel would receive refresher training in conventional Mobile Field Force concepts to bring everyone up to the same competence level, regardless of when the academy had initially trained them.
CAT is a UK-based biotechnology company using its proprietary technologies and capabilities in human monoclonal antibodies for drug discovery and drug development.
Those taking the test will notice that the recommendations provided by CAT are not limited to conventional CPE programs.
Thirty-two cats were caught July 12-19, 2004, in a 200-m radius of a bat colony.
Many people think dogs and cats are natural enemies, but they're not.
Since most cats turn away if confronted by a dog, Marker wondered if cheetahs would avoid farms that were guarded by barking dogs She selected the Anatolian shepherd because this breed of guard dog has a long history in Europe of protecting flocks of sheep and herds of goats from predators, such as bears and wolves.
The Little Guides: CATS is detailed enough to fit the needs for veterinary classroom use as well as being simple enough for those of us who are not trained in veterinary science.
But Linda Winter of the American Bird Conservancy (ABC), one of the wildlife organizations supporting the Florida policy, asks if it is truly compassionate to "re-abandon" feral cats after they are trapped and neutered: "Is it humane to die of disease or under the tires of a ear or attacked by other animals?
Other researchers are turning to domestic cats to answer questions about mating systems and the impact of hunting by clustered animals.
We get letters from lots of people, like one person who said Cats was the first Broadway show he ever saw as a kid, and now he's bringing his kid to it.
The cats are spayed or neutered, given their shots and placed with our residents," she explains.
You may understand cats a little better now, but they're still mysterious, aren't they?
In succession, the Cats broomed the pink onto the TV, into the fan, and out onto the lawn.