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In 2017, Reichelt was part of a team that fed adolescent mice high-fat foods to see how it affected their brains.
The old show rooms were left to the mice and ghosts, but the more modern suites were all to be occupied.
She enjoyed sitting in the sunshine; she liked to feast upon the dainty little mice; and, oh, dear me!
So they obeyed the old yellow Man-in-the-Moon and scampered like little white mice back to bed.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
From long and short trails they came, hundreds and hundreds of mice, for all had heard the warriors boast of their strength.
The warriors who boasted that they were the strongest and fiercest on the earth, had been made powerless by mice.
In his frequent visits to the stable, Jacko amused himself by catching mice that crept out to pick up the corn.
MINNIE'S PET MONKEYMADELINE LESLIE
Other windows were latticed, and others still were covered with a fine network to keep out mice and other objectionable animals.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
The throne itself was of milk-white glass, and the cushions were little black mice that kept biting each other's tails.
RUDY AND BABETTEHANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
Burns tells us that “the well-laid schemes of mice and men gang aft agley.”

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