hutch


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hutch

a cage, usually of wood and wire mesh, for small animals
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Some of them stood, others leant against the bed or the bread- hutch. They gnawed their prunes without saying a word, but they kept their sly and mischievous eyes fixed upon the stranger.
"To a rabbit hutch, and get a confounded old shovel .
"The whole world ain't a bit too big for me to spread my elbows in, I can tell you--what's your name--Bessie--let alone a dam' parlour in a hutch. Marry!
Open the door of one of these cramped hutches full of sleeping negroes.
There he had an opportunity of refreshing himself with both the bottles at once, looking out at a low blinding wall three feet off, and speculating on the number of Barnacle families within the bills of mortality who lived in such hutches of their own free flunkey choice.
Here and there they crawled into tiny hutches, made by hollowing out the sand and covering over with fragments of metal roofing.
A VISIBLE Garda presence surrounded the funeral of John Hutch yesterday.
Its hutch is wooden and gets very damp even with a protective cover over it.
Fourteen-year-old Robert "Hutch" Hutchinson is in juvie again.
Chicago, IL, January 16, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The third iteration of Hutch, a restaurant serving brunch every day and dinner items like brisket macaroni and cheese at night, debuted Tuesday night on the first floor of the former Cantina 1910 space at 1477 W.
A rabbit house is called a hutch and may be constructed with wood, concrete or iron sheets depending on the material available to you.
Caption: An old walk-behind mower provides a perfect Platform for mounting a small rabbit hutch.