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wallow

a muddy place or depression where animals wallow
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Hunting near a wallow is extremely effective during the early season.
He said: "The rhinos were inside when I was in the wallow but when I went inside they were quite interested because I was covered head to toe in mud and they came over to have a look.
He told the Newstalk radio breakfast show: "I think this is a great country, we are great people but we wallow in self-pity far too much and wallow in mediocrity.
On May 29, 2011, the Wallow Fire ignited in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in the rugged Bear Wallow Wilderness Area of eastern Arizona.
Turns out he was moseying toward a well-used wallow just off to our right about 30 yards.
Phoenix, Sha'ban 8, 1432, Jul 9, 2011, SPA -- After burning more than 538,000 acres, the Wallow fire in Arizona and New Mexico is now 100 percent contained, officials said.
Strong southwest winds and single digit relative humidity have caused difficult firefighting conditions for fire crews on both the Wallow and Monument fires in eastern Arizona," the NWS said.
There were three locations sampled at each wallow: (1) inside wallow, (2) at the edge of wallow and (3) in adjacent grazed but, otherwise, undisturbed tallgrass prairie.
Byline: After more than half a century in Hollywood, Jane Fonda refuses to wallow in typical celebrity fluff.
The company has acquired around 118,000 gross acres (85,000 net acres) in the Greater Buffalo Wallow and East Texas/North Louisiana areas in US.
For these people to wallow in self-pity is ridiculous.
The sky turns dark, unleashing droplets of oil, and the soldiers wallow in a slippery bog of crude-soaked dunes.