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- But at a parrot cadet-like rats stare, kilted actor: rap at a tub.
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Like Rats is a musical group.
- album: "Like Rats"
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- "Like Rats" is a musical album of Like Rats.
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- "Like Rats" is a musical EP of Like Rats.
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The Croning (2012)
by Laird Barron
Our capacity to breed like rats is a real selling point. That and ...
by Philip Winn
Some bisexual species, like rats or humans, can reproduce any time an egg is secreted, whereas for others, like dogs and some birds, ovulation and reproduction occur during breeding seasons. Still others, like prairie voles, do not ovulate until they are exposed to pheromones from male conspecifics. Different reproductive cycles, like the vast array of reproductive strategies, evolved to increase reproductive success within particular, species-specific ecological constraints. See also: ...
Feral mice act like rats and sheep: nulliparous females avoid or attack, while parturient females care for the young. In contrast, as a result of selective breeding or inbreeding, most nulliparous females of laboratory strains of mice show maternal behavior toward young pups. These data show that experimental selection can modify the brain such that infant stimuli can activate maternal behavior in the absence of the hormones of pregnancy and lactation. Presumably , natural and ...
With a Vocabulary of Scripture Proper Names, and a Concise Classical Dictionary by Robert Sullivan
RATLIN, from rat and line; because the sailors, when they run up the shrouds, are like rats running up ropes. REAR, to raise up; to bring up; to breed; also, to elevate by throwing on the hind legs, as a horse. REAR (or RERE), that which is behind; as, the rear rank. REEL (a frequentative of Roll), to roll or turn, to move .# round; to stagger. REGALE (to entertain like a king), to feast sumptuously. From regal, kingly; REGIMENT, rule ; discipline; but now applied only to a body of soldiers ...
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Flatters, like rats, tickle and then bite.
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