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  • n. Plural form of Cat.


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  • Appears that both our Main Cats and Emergency Back-up Cats* were sleeping off a night of debauchery.


  • However, inconsistency kept the 'Cats from the fast starts and finishes he said were missing during the 2009 season.

    Around the Big12 Conference

  • VG Cats is the best website on the internet, and if you disagree, you shall DIE!!!!

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Tonight’s ELR: The return of the Cats: VG variety.

  • Unfortunately the world of Big Cats is populated by many self indulgent egos; there are far too many people proclaiming themselves to be in the know and far too few involved in actually researching what is happening.

    The Cupar roe deer carcass

  • Ash and Negar agreed to star in Persian Cats not to make a political point, but to try to show the older generation, including their parents, that music is a force for good.

    Film |

  • MOOS: With wigs almost a foot high, it's a little like the Broadway show "Cats" -- cats with rabies.

    CNN Transcript May 20, 2002

  • Tin Pan Alley Cats is a jazzy 1943 Merrie Melodie directed with Bob Clampett’s usual outlandishness — and one of the Warner Bros.

    Hole in Termite Terrace :

  • I knew Martha from elementary school, but we stopped being friends in the sixth grade when she asked me if I wanted to play this game called Cats in the House, which required taking off all our clothes, including our socks.

    The Adults

  • I have no problem with seeing cats as the villains as long as they are smart, devious evildoers, but I do take exception to a film called Cats and Dogs that is basically all about the dogs.

    Scott Mendelson: 2010 in Review: The 'Worst' Films of the Year

  • Newsweek, the struggling current events magazine, has merged with the website Cats That Look Like Hitler to form a new media entity called Cats That ...

    Spencer Green: Newsweek Merges with Cats That Look Like Hitler


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