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The problem has led him and the mathematician Jesse Wolfson at the University of California, Irvine into a mathematical rabbit hole, whose tunnels they’re still exploring.
All the different sizes and shapes meant that I ended up down a rabbit hole trying to work out which one was best for me.
The Union-Tribune’s Morgan Cook broke a series of stories outlining Hunter’s questionable spending, a list that included video game purchases, Irish dance lessons and rabbit air travel.
They swipe through stories, add posts to their profile, and get lost in rabbit holes.
Surely, we can permit ourselves a daily allowance of digital nutrition by reading a great story, and free our minds from the rabbit holes in social media!
That, too, is highly unlikely — but remember the end of this particular rabbit hole because it will come up again later.
It was cold and stale, but unmistakably rabbity, and the Spring Longing bade her follow it.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND
The Italians look curiously rabbity in the grey-green uniform: just as our sand-colored khaki men look doggy.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
But the most interesting habit of this un-rabbity Rabbit is its way of preparing for winter.
WILD ANIMALS AT HOMEERNEST THOMPSON SETON
As soon as he had his camera and lantern, we went cautiously to the rabbity side of the woods; several ran past us.
WILD ANIMALS AT HOMEERNEST THOMPSON SETON

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