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sett

, set
1. a small rectangular paving block made of stone, such as granite, used to provide a durable road surface
2. the burrow of a badger
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The exact location of the sett is not being revealed, to protect the badgers.
Because a great deal of the work required to conduct an analysis on the value of information is done in the preliminary framing of the study, including the definition of its goals, objectives, and the audience, the SETT has focused on collaboration across meteorological agencies on learning how these critical context-setting steps can be done well.
At least two badgers are known to frequent the area in and around the sett, which is in a remote part of Guisborough Forest.
Prosecutor Peter Humphrey-Jones said the incident had happened in April when there would be young badgers in the sett and if successful they would have been taken to sell on for baiting or used to www.
It happened in April when there would be young badgers in the sett and, if successful, they would have been taken to sell on for baiting or used to train terriers to attack badgers, said prosecutor Peter Humphrey-Jones.
Four groups of variables were established: 1) conditions suitable for sett digging, 2) food supply (i.
He is secretive about the location of the sett, but has photographed and filmed the badgers over the years.
The Forestry Commission has confirmed it granted a licence for the felling of the trees, but says a separate licence would be needed to work around a badger sett.
District judge Marie Mallon declined jurisdiction and adjourned the case back to the Con sett court on January 20 when it will be committed to Durham Crown Court.
Lawrie, also of Hawick, pleaded guilty to digging for a badger sett in that incident.
And the badgers are now settling in to a new, two-storey sett made from clay pipes and block-built chambers with plywood and slabbed roofs.