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hutch

a cage, usually of wood and wire mesh, for small animals
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Mr Hunter lifted the injured man's head from water and as he did so saw two empty hutches coming towards them.
"The portable hutches are very easy to make, and I use all scrap materials," Moulder says.
They need an extra 20 hutches for their rabbits, who have reached breeding age.
Karen and Lynn feared for the health of their remaining animals and started dismantling hutches in a bid to stop the virus spreading.
UP to 450,000 pet rabbits have become morbidly obese because their hutches are too SMALL.
Calf hutches meet these needs, and have a number of advantages.
There is no immediate intelligence where he could be but gardai are waiting for a retaliatory strike against the Hutches."
Hutches are easy and inexpensive to construct, and they keep calves healthy
Five other people were held over the killing on September 24, 2015 - widely regarded as sparking the ongoing feud between the Kinahans and Hutches - but only Quinn was charged.
Yesterday we revealed peace talks between the rival gangsters broke down three months ago - and now the Hutches are hellbent on revenge.