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molehill

the small mound of earth thrown up by a burrowing mole
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Up to 200 possible Roman items have been uncovered in the third annual molehill survey at Epiacum on the Northumberland-Cumbria border.
There is huge interest in the site and the volunteers on the molehill survey have been really enthusiastic.
When all these things happen, media should not only snowball controversies, but also tell people about what happens to their mountains and molehills.
A MOLEHILL may be one of the least favourite sights for gardeners, but the public is now being asked to count them in a bid to find out if the secretive creature is in trouble.
Bosses at Balmoral, Aberdeenshire, called in specialists to deal with the invasion after molehills started popping up near a private golf course.
The Time Team investigation of the site, Villas Out Of Molehills, will be shown on Channel 4 later this month.
However, in all the cases, with the benefit of hindsight it is easy to spot where the molehill became a mountain.
And yet, in the midst of these mountainous problems, our state legislators choose to focus on - and wail about - molehills like offshore outsourcing.
They're making mountains out of molehills," he says of PACT.
Welsh fields have been pock-marked with hundreds of molehills as the pesky little mammal runs riot.
Parish councillors launched a counter-offensive after 50 molehills were discovered on The Green at Long Itchington.
THIS NEW YEAR MAY MARK the era of erupting molehills.