|NOUN || a badger | badgers |
|VERB || to badger | badgered | badgered|
badgering | badgers
|SYNO ||Badger | to badger | to beleaguer | ...|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- In more recent years fictional badger characters have become increasingly abstract, with thoroughly human characteristics and only the appearance of the badger.
- It probably means "Great Badger" or "Sea Badger." The European badger produced a secretion used in Gaulish medicaments, hence a possible connection with a healing god.
- Its name was referred to as Badger's Bay in early census data.
- The film is about a solitary Eurasian badger who just wants to get some sleep.
- 7. The badger shall be drawn by a strong terrier, with the assistance if necessary, and the size of the badger and underground conditions noted by the judges.
- Best badger are brushes made with the finer and more pliable hairs from 20 - 25% of the badger's body.
- In the parody series "Spider-Ham", the duo are parodied as Croak and Badger, a frog and a badger.
- The book focuses on a badger, Lord Brocktree, and haremaid Dotti as they journey towards Salamandastron, the mountain fortress of badger lords, to recapture it from the wildcat Ungatt Trunn.
- The Caucasian badger ("Meles canescens") or Southwest Asian badger is a species of badger native to Western Asia and some islands in the Mediterranean Sea.
- Another adaptation of the song, "Save the Badger Badger Badger", was released on 19 May 2013, in response to proposed badger culling in the United Kingdom.
- It causes disease in the European badger ("Meles meles"). Its vector is the badger flea ("Paraceras melis").
- The attacks against the rats have tired Badger out and he finds it difficult to move.
- The 19th-century poem "The Badger" by John Clare describes a badger hunt and badger-baiting.
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