armadillo

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It is a curious fact that mosquitoes often inhabit the burrows of the armadillo.

When he finds no mosquitoes, he is sure there is no armadillo.

"Let the one who got you in there help you out," replied the armadillo as he went on his way.

The armadillo had not heard of any danger, but he replied that it had passed.

The monkey, the goat, and the armadillo have all failed to give satisfaction.

The ox was found to be very good, and so was the sheep, and the armadillo.

"You never can get to this party," said his friend, the armadillo.

What Raleigh mistook for a hunting-horn was the stiff tail of the armadillo.

“There are several species of the armadillo,” observed our friend.

“You have got hold of an armadillo,” said the recluse, who with John at that moment arrived.

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