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bunny

delivers chocolates, etc., to children. [Western Folklore: Jobes, 487]
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While Republican candidates have questioned the need for agencies like Health and Human Services (HHS) & the Food And Drug Administration (FDA), the Bunnies applaud Hillary's recognition of the fact that responsible government oversight is a key to protecting the public's health from widespread disease.
The couple 25 years ago had two outdoor bunnies when their children were young, but the fancy passed and it wasn't until about five years ago they started their furry family.
Accent nametags with small china bunnies above each plate.
com/2013/02/14/dia-parking-lots-consider-measures-to-stop-bunnies-from-attacking-cars/) CBS Denver that bunnies are common culprits in car attacks, with their fur and droppings giving away their culpability.
Cadbury is investing [pounds sterling]1m in its Caramel Bunnies brand and in the new year will introduce the first bunnies shell egg packs (rsp: [pounds sterling]9.
I can't wait to say we have a million bunnies," said Frazee.
If you would like to get your paws on a family of bunnies (4ins, 7ins and 10ins), and a selection of greetings cards, then we have 16 sets to give away to Chipper members in today's competition.
Some 90 million chocolate bunnies are made annually for Easter.
For your chance to win a selection of Lindt Easter goodies, worth pounds 125, including Gold Bunnies, mini eggs, Lindor soft-centred eggs and products from the Swiss Egg and Swiss Tradition ranges, send a postcard to Bunny Giveaway, c/o Jennifer Bradbury, Features, Evening Chronicle, Groat Market, Newcastle NE1 1ED.
Although he was past official retirement age, Thorson spent a few months quietly providing fuzzy bunnies and other cartoon creations for PGA's nationwide animated television commercials.
Munson's installation echoed these chilling rooms: around a child's bed were arranged small armchairs, a settee, and dressing tables, all with flowered upholstery; the room itself scattered with throw rugs and crammed with flowered cushions, bouquets of fake flowers, knickknacks, padded hangers, empty heart-shaped Valentine's Day boxes, and hundreds of small stuffed animals - mostly bunnies.
The foundation published in 1994 a children's book about how the sweet Easter Bilby beat out greedy bunnies to replace the retiring Easter Bunny.