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hutch

a cage, usually of wood and wire mesh, for small animals
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CHARGES In November 2012, Hutch appeared in a Spanish court on charges linked to the international police operation into the drug-trafficking network led by The Don.
The dead gangster's uncle - career criminal Gerry "The Monk" Hutch - was not present at the funeral.
Anna says she now believes the hutch, which was second-hand, may be haunted by a previous furry inhabitant.
She said: "I am doing this event partly to raise awareness that a simple rabbit hutch is not enough and that rabbit's need far more care, space and stimulation than most of them currently get.
This conference gives Hutch Affiliates an exciting opportunity to establish new relationships in the emerging markets of Africa and Asia.
It was a rare and excruciatingly embarrassing medical phenomenon where Hutch and Lady Edwina Mountbatten became sexually locked together.
And Teesside Park's Pets at Home has donated a new hutch.
The difference with Starsky & Hutch from other TV cops was that (knitted cardies apart) the series was actually cool.
Emma added: "It was a nice big hutch that was perfect for the rabbits because they're both quite big.
The branch will focus on serving the deposit, lending and investment needs of Hutch Metro tenants, as well as businesses and individuals in and around the Westchester Square, Pelham Bay and Morris Park areas.
A fire broke out just a mile from our cabin and it was good to know we could roll the hutch up a ramp right into the bed of the pickup truck.
Flown to Britain to promote Zeke And Luther, the hottest show on Disney's new XD channel, Hutch and Adam ditched the sightseeing - and headed straight for the sweetie shop.