Little Fox

Little Fox

[′lid·əl ′fäks]
(astronomy)
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He once found a little fox cub half drowned in its hole and he brought it home in th' bosom of his shirt to keep it warm.
It shows you are a cunning little fox, and nobody will put faith in you any more.'
what a little fox it waws!" he muttered to himself, chuckling with pleasure.
After searching and comparing all his body parts and attributes to other animals, the little Fox in despair declares: "I can't believe I've not one feature That sets me 'part from other creatures." His Mammy Fox gently encourages him with her observations: "You and you alone are you; Of you there's one--there is not two....
I have thought about getting a little Fox tattoo, but I think as an actress, you have to be a blank canvas."
Last week I couldn't see my little fox too clearly either but I'm assured she did what foxes are supposed to do.
The last "little fox" I killed was as big as my spaniel dog and weighed in at over three stone.
Both lie within yet another little constellation - Vulpecula, the Little Fox, as shown in detail on the backside of this month's constellation map.
Little Fox spent a month in a Dundee intensive care unit after being born five weeks early on July 23.
But the intrepid little fox surprising decides to run into the danger instead of away!
THIS nosy little fox got into a bit of a squeeze when he found a watering can.
"When I went out I found this very frightened and bewildered little fox who was obviously too young to be away from its mother.