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a mound of earth made by moles while burrowing

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Clare's poetry links the molehill with the poetic muse and Parnassus Hill, suggesting that the molehill is a foundation for his "taste," his perspective on the imaginative work of poetry and natural history.
50 molehills is 50 square feet they have to buy in, which impacts on the price we're paying for food, not to mention the bacteria in the soil.
With the benches and heaters they have I think we are making a mountain out of a molehill.
Now it's possible, of course, that like Tennie Pierce, Fuller is making a mountain out of a molehill, claiming that behavior that's merely adolescent or stupid was actually malicious or discriminatory.
This year, following the fallow season of MVRDV (who continue to cultivate what some consider to be their mountain out of a molehill vision) the invitation went to Siza and Souto de Moura, no strangers to the world's architectural community.
Perhaps I'm making a mountain out of a molehill, but it's comments like this that make me wonder just how far feminism has come.
While I tried to be brief and to the point with my explanation, as usual, I made a mountain out of a molehill and began to explain to her the art and science of metalcasting.
Thousands of local residents, who claim that the countryside will suffer and the area will be severely blighted by noise and new roads if the airport is expanded, are to take part in the walk which also includes a short rally with local MPs and campaigners at Molehill Green.
Trade negotiators, in seeking "balance" between pharmaceutical companies and poor people needing treatment, may have overlooked the extent to which the world's richest companies can litigate a molehill into a mountain.
It began appropriately and conspicuously enough with probably the greatest mountain ever made from a molehill, the "Y2K Scare.
To be concerned in a matter of grave disrespect to Our Divine Redeemer is hardly to make a mountain out of a molehill, as some dare to suggest.
Some investigators, however, accuse Arensburg of making a linguistic mountain out of an anatomical molehill.
Propped up by a molehill for a tee, he then slots the ball between the posts - or more accurately, over a tractor.
Pearson said: "It's not helpful when the three fountains of knowledge on Match of the Day make a mountain out molehill, there's nothing in that on Saturday.