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Its paws are large and well armed, with which it digs up plants, and sometimes dead bodies from their graves.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VII (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
What does it matter what he digs for; you know nothing about his business.
AN OLD MAN'S LOVEANTHONY TROLLOPE
Some poor miner usually finds a ledge of quartz-rock and digs down the way the ledge goes.
STORIES OF CALIFORNIAELLA M. SEXTON
The ground squirrel, or chipmunk, digs holes in the ground, where he hides his winter's store of grain and nuts.
STORIES OF CALIFORNIAELLA M. SEXTON
She finds a place where the snow is soft, and she digs and digs in it, and then lies down in it and covers herself up.
BETTY VIVIANL. T. MEADE
It needs the shifting soil in which, using its mandibles as a plough-share, it digs into the ground and buries itself.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
He brings a spade and digs wherever he sees the sandy ropes of the "lug," for this worm makes good fishing bait.
ON THE SEASHORER. CADWALLADER SMITH
One of the little Bobbies pulls a kidney bean or a tomato or digs a potato for my dinner, about half an hour before it is served.
PENELOPE'S ENGLISH EXPERIENCESKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
I move we declare a strike until Scraggs digs up the money to overhaul the boiler.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
Then, for the first time, he digs into the soil, and becomes acquainted with its mineral treasures.
THE EVOLUTION OF CULTUREAUGUSTUS HENRY LANE-FOX PITT-RIVERS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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