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a sharp, pointed object

a sensation of physical discomfort occurring as the result of disease or injury

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a small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf

cause a prickling sensation

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cause a stinging or tingling sensation

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make a small hole into, as with a needle or a thorn

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For more information about the Prickles Hedgehog Rescue Centre, visit prickleshedgehogrescue.
Woollacott wanted ten winners in his first ten months training under rules, but six months has resulted in a dozen, with Prickles scoring for the first time over hurdles.
Those are the prickles of old age, but they are not everything that defines aging.
The native species grow as herbaceous deciduous shrubs and can generally be readily classified on the basis of plant characteristics that include the prickles, leaf, flower form and colour, period of bloom, the fruiting hips and stem hardiness.
The elderly men from down the street become Rachel's friends when they stop in to check on Grace and Grace's cat, Prickles.
Poison, prickles, aggression, invisibility and the ability to make itself into a ball make the hedgehog the most well-defended creature in our countryside.
It looks like a hedgehog and rolls into an impenetrable ball of prickles when threatened.
crown of few (1-15) to many (30); petiole and lower third of rachis smooth or with small prickles or with reduced spinose pinnae; pinnae
He feels like an angry "borkupine," and so decides he will "bork" Mommy with his prickles.
The important thing is to choose immature leaves (about palm sized) because they are softer and the prickles less developed.
She said, "The problem is that their prickles will stop them from going backwards.
Prickles adorn the veins of leaf tops and bottoms, while straggly 15-foot perennial stems, well armed with recurved thorns, drape themselves over shrubs and small trees to form impenetrable thickets in sun or shade.
The more she pulled, the more prickles pierced her scalp.
The plant that they called "needle leaf," because of its sharp prickles, has also been used in Brazil and England in tea form to cool a fever or heal liver ailments.