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  • n. Plural form of weasel.


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  • Henry Waxman give the term weasels from Washington a new meaning!

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  • It still contains several of the trademark features, including the Weasel - so named because the course workers known as 'weasels' - pack the snow on the steep ledge with their boots. Top Stories RSS

  • If this is the beginning of the massive crumbling, then we will all have reason to celebrate – if the weasels are able to weasel out of everything, we will be waiting a long time.

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  • _Cf. _ ibid.p. 140, where the maidens are called weasels, and ultimately marry stars.

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  • He now wants to save weasels, which is also a way for him to sabotage the Ghostwood development project.


  • And that either goes to show you just how the word "weasels" is, or it's not about the word at all, but the fact that there are no weasels trying to break into the trash cans, and there are raccoons.

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  • He then called all the 8/28 marchers on DC "weasels" it has gone viral and been picked up by all of our local radio stations.

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  • No different than the 'weasels' on alt. whitewater 12 years ago, or all the trolls FR and related forums have suffered with in the years since.

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  • Justifying the boycotting of countries with security concerns by labelling sport a 'soft target', but still no apology for labelling the Aussies 'weasels' following their refusal to tour Pakistan last year after the Bhutto assassination.

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  • An abundance of pet waste can deter small predators, such as weasels, from doing a good job of controlling rodent populations.

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  • Hmm...could Frank Zappa have made use of that haiku generator, I wonder? ;-)

    November 24, 2007

  • Actually, it wasn't. It came from a very very early haiku generator that he and a friend built. He said that was their absolute favorite line the haiku generator came up with. "Weasels rend my flesh." Pretty good one.

    November 23, 2007

  • Great haiku. Presumably after Frank Zappa, with his "Weasels Ripped my Flesh"?

    November 23, 2007

  • Someone close to me composed a great haiku with this word in it:

    Weasels rend my flesh

    (actually we can stop there, since it's the perfect first line to any haiku.)

    Weasels rend my flesh

    Wild ponies bite and kick me

    Bad day at the zoo

    November 23, 2007