- v. present participle of burrow.
“At some of these libraries online burrowing is already possible, at others it will be in the near future.”
“Critiquing both the relentless Eastern drive for success and the insular, self-serving nature of Western academia, this debut feature from opera and theater helmer Chen Shi-Zheng never fully succeeds in burrowing under its protagonist's skin, despite conspicuous effort," writes Justin Chang in Variety.”
“There was work to be done, men to superintend, and operations to direct in burrowing after the erratic pay streak; but his heart was not in the work.”
“While fears about "burrowing" -- political types sliding into career jobs -- run especially high during presidential-election years, a new study by the Government Accountability Office has found only seven cases of burrowing during the Bush administration, none of them near the 2008 election.”
“The Imperial Light Horse were first to hit upon the idea of burrowing into the river-banks.”
“It is called the burrowing owl, and is very small.”
“If you don't have much time, don't have the tools or just don't like the idea of burrowing around in the ground, don't worry: you're catered for, too.”
“A 25-year-old male graduate student was arrested on Friday on suspicion of selling tropical plants imported from countries known to be affected by a plant parasite called burrowing nematode.”
“Quotation: As the sun sets on the Bush administration, the survival rite known as burrowing is under way.”
“As the sun sets on the Bush administration, the survival rite known as burrowing is under way.”
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