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    back- country, New England farmers. The poem centers on a wall that separates one neighbor from the other. The introduction to the wall describes the large gaps in need of repair that appear after hunters accidentally shoot the wall while hunting rabbits. The narrator then lets his neighbor know that the wall is in need of repair and they walk with the wall between them in order to view what needs repair. The narrator then notices that the wall is not necessary because his apple trees will never get

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    The place to be described is totally imaginary, although it may bear some resemblance to a childhood memory of yours. The house and surrounding fields and mountains (for it is these I will endeavour to describe in different seasons) are so exquisitely picturesque: The long, wide, oak slatted cabin with the rolling fields stretching far into the distance, and beyond. Behind the house (as I like to call it) is an expanse of some three hundred or so yards before abruptly halting to make way for a stream

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    raped and had her hair cut off. She is submissive, yet not weak. She has an inner strength that comes with surviving torture, but it is not one of her overwhelming characteristics. Robert Jordan calls her “little rabbit” which seems a suiting cognomen. She is small and dependent like a rabbit. She lets Pilar tell her what to do for the most part, and when Robert Jordan comes she becomes his woman at Pilar’s suggestion. We are not told if this behavior is due to the fact that she was captivated for so

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    of water guns, and spent many long hours as a family "communing with nature" through long walks on the nature trails in southern California; we had a little garden from which we harvested potatoes, carrots, and lettuce, but we never harvested the rabbits hopping through, or the squirrels, or the groundhogs. It didn't occur to me until high school, however, that I didn't know where the meat I was eating came from. This bothered me. I became vegetarian. No more cows in the rain forest! I said. No more

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    many chickens to buy, when the person we bought the chickens from told us about the possibilities of rabbits. Because rabbits are a yearlong project, and we knew I would be leaving in the fall, it became his decision and ultimately his project. He started out with 20 baby doe (females), 3 baby bucks (males), and a small-borrowed hutch (cage) with all 23 rabbits jammed in tight. His investment in rabbits, although considerable, was still to be outdone by the ones in hutches and feed. He essentially spent

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    otters, wolverines, and the endangered black-footed ferret. Early Greek literature suggests that unlike its cousins, the ferret has been domesticated for approximately two to three thousand years. 2.Historically ferrets have been used for hunting rabbits and for rodent control. B.Ferret Facts 1.Males are called hobs and Females are called jills. 2.Normal life span is between 5-8 years; although that is increasing as the medical community ... ... middle of paper ... ...20 hours a day.

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    comparing Jackie from “the busy blue jay” and the rabbit from “The Velveteen Rabbit”. The author in “the busy blue jay” is olive thorn miller. This story is about a blue jay that was abandoned by his parents then a girl found him and is now his owner. He is a very active bird he always finds something to do. That is a little bit about jakie from “the busy blue jay”. The author from the velveteen rabbit is Margery williams. This story is about a rabbit that is abandoned by his owner since he was shabby

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    Warren, Khalil Maxberry ¾ How the Other Side has its’ name… There was once this Rabbit named Jak, and he loves to adventure around places away from home. One day, Jak decided to go around at the other side. As Jak the rabbit continues to take his journey to the other side b without caution. Grizzie arrived home early from his morning routine jog and saw Jak walking into his area and instantly in a blink of an eye, Grizzie

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    want to read a story about a liver, especially maybe about a dying rabbit’s liver! But then, I’m the type of person who likes to read those weird/unusual stories anyway, so I clicked on the link. To my relief, there were no bloody livers or dead rabbits and it was simply just a normal folktale with a lesson involved. This folktale, “The Rabbit’s Liver” first was boring, considering that I thought it would be much more gross, but later on, when I read it again and again, I realized, wow, it’s not

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    Planet Earth is filled with many species, including the one that we call the “Animal” species. This is filled with many subspecies. Some subspecies are loved, such as cats, dogs, and hamsters, which we human species keep as pets. Other subspecies, such as spiders, mosquitos, and snakes, on the other hand, are not so loved, and they even strike fear into people. Animals come in all shapes and sizes. Earth has tall and skinny animals called giraffes, and it also has short and fat animals called pigs

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