One of these scavenging birds was seen to be carrying a long object, like an eel, in its mouth.
Obstruction of the contractor or local authority in scavenging the streets or in removal of refuse, 5, or less (s. 42).
They had, in order to be consistent and to talk big about morality, to include novels in their scheme of scavenging.
They do scavenging work, and eat the refuse food thrown away by people from the leaf plate after a meal.
It is a familiar figure in most of the towns and villages where its scavenging is of the greatest use.
The Haddis proper never do sweeping or scavenging work, which are, in some places, done by Rellis.
It was there in the howl of the scavenging camp dogs, seeking, in their prowling pack, that which the daylight denied them.
It should be said also that in New York an enormous amount of scavenging is paid for privately besides.
Now, two of the great functions of leucocytes under ordinary conditions are those of policing and scavenging.
Sweeping and scavenging in the streets and in private houses are the traditional occupations of the caste, but they have others.