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hutch

a cage, usually of wood and wire mesh, for small animals
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Jonathan Hutch, a relative of Gerry "The Monk", is believed to have been the intended target - and this was the latest of several attempts on his life.
Hutch American Kitchen & Bar hopes to endear itself to a neighborhood with classic American cuisine and a bar that pours coffee by day and cocktails at night.
A rabbit house is called a hutch and may be constructed with wood, concrete or iron sheets depending on the material available to you.
That leaves a nice platform to mount the hutch on a movable chassis.
Gareth Hutch, a 35-year-old father of one, was shot dead last May in broad daylight outside his flat in central Dublin.
Bumper the rabbit was blown on to the roof of his owners' home when Gertrude knocked his hutch over yesterday.
Aegis Limited said it has entered into a strategic relationship with Hutch Sri Lanka to provide customer lifecycle management across Sri Lanka.
A "HAUNTED" rabbit hutch gave a teenager a hare-raising experience.
22 May 2015 - US-based digital media company Zealot Networks has acquired US-based online magazine publisher Hutch Media, the company said.
A KIDDERMINSTER veterinary nurse is planning to raise awareness about the conditions some pet rabbits are kept in by living in a hutch.
Although the deal has been concluded, regulatory approval for the Mobitel- Hutch deal has still not been granted, due to disagreement by senior authorities in the acquisition price.