leveret


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leveret

a young hare, esp one less than one year old

leveret

[′lev·rət]
(vertebrate zoology)
A young hare.
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Joining Leveret on the bill is the National Youth Folk Ensemble, a group of 14-18-yearold musicians who have benefitted from the mentoring of the individual members of Leveret (and others) in their development.
The plus two golfer is playing in her third Leveret and will use the the event to help sharpen her game ahead of an Easter trip to Paris with the England Team for the French Girls Open Championships.
It tells of a special family who seek out leverets orphaned by the hunt, rear them and set them free back into the wild.
Bridge Terrace on the River Wash in Devon 1 Howe Foot cottage, Cumbria 2 Spring Cottage, Gloucestershire 3 The Pump House in Somerset 4 Hart Cottage, North Yorkshire 5 The Leveret in Norfolk 6 Ard Dairach in Fort William 7 Ty'r Gof Cottage in Ceredigion 8 Cider House in Abergavenny 9 Marl Moss in Selkirkshire 10
AMY Boulden celebrated her selection to play for GB and Ireland in the Curtis Cup match at Nairn from June 8-10 by winning the first prestigious 36-hole women's open tournament of the season - the Leveret Trophy over the Formby Ladies Golf Club course in Lancashire.
2010; Glasscock, 1997; Kersh, Hedvat, Hauser-Cram, & Warfield, 2006; Pelchat, Leveret, & Bourgeois-Guerin, 2009; Twyman et al.
We had a leap from the horse, and a foal from the mare And a whistle from the rabbit and a leveret from the hare.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-18 May 2010-Jefferies & Co handles sale of Aegean Marine Petroleum Network common stock by Leveret International(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Leveret sold the machines to Phillip for one dollar each.
Such cycles in the population density of some mammals are clearly defined, just like happens for Lepus americanus, whose interval of duration is of eight to ten years, period during which there are population peaks and declines related basically with the supply of food, predation and the leveret survival.
Animals: AARDVARK, ALPACA, AMADAVAT or AVADAVAT (Indian song bird), BLACK MAMBA (snake), CARACAL (lynx), CARACARA (vulture-like bird), MATAMATA (a turtle), HELLBENDER (salamander), LEVERET (young hare), TREECREEPER (bird), TREE SHREW, INDRIS (a lemurine animal), SISKIN (bird), KOODOO or COODOO (antelope), MOORCOCK (bird), POTOROO (kangaroo-rat), WOODCOCK (bird), CUSCUS (a marsupial)
The most commonly delivered leveret part was the hind legs attached to the lower back.