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  • noun Plural form of ratcatcher.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • However, the ratcatchers find Gen13, and te team is convinced to escape while their new protectors fight their enemies for them.

    Comics musing for 13 June

  • However, the ratcatchers find Gen13, and te team is convinced to escape while their new protectors fight their enemies for them.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Patrick Burns tells us the story of how British Victorian terriermen and ratcatchers paved the way for advances in modern medicine.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Patrick Burns tells us the story of how British Victorian terriermen and ratcatchers paved the way for advances in modern medicine.

    White Rats

  • (For those who don't know - there are no rats in Alberta, they are strictly illegal and their non-presence is enforced by a crack team of highly skilled ratcatchers). smacarol

    Why don't I see any cats??

  • The police, like ratcatchers, were accepted as necessary adjuncts to society, required to be immediately available when needed, occasionally praised but seldom consorting with those not privy to their dangerous expertise, surrounded always by a faint penumbra of wariness and suspicion.

    The Lighthouse

  • She tosses some copper to the ratcatchers who have begun to creep up from the Bourne.

    The Hunger

  • She tosses some copper to the ratcatchers who have begun to creep up from the Bourne.

    The Hunger

  • She tosses some copper to the ratcatchers who have begun to creep up from the Bourne.

    The Hunger

  • She tosses some copper to the ratcatchers who have begun to creep up from the Bourne.

    The Hunger

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