alleycat


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alleycat

(ˈælɪˌkæt)
n
a homeless cat that roams in back streets
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Back to Wildcat, where feline-named trails such as Lynx, Polecat, Wild Kitten and Alleycat snake down the hill in intersecting, mostly gently pitched patterns, belying the fierce name of the mountain.
ppy e are 'd Voices: Jason Harris, Chris Edgerly The Hanna-Barbera toon gets a cheap-aschips makeover as the chirpy wisecracking alleycat and his gang try to avoid an army of robots.
ON THEIR BIKES Kerry Kitchen of Novel Magazine and Toon Alleycat Fran Arnold handing out Papergirl project artwork to Emma Cockburn
Kids of all ages sent in their colourful sketches of superhero dog Bolt, his owner Penny, and cheeky travelling pals Rhino the hamster and alleycat Mittens.
Those conditions suited about 40 young bicyclists who competed in the latest Alleycat Race, a mad dash around downtown Eugene that benefited Greenhill Humane Society and FOOD for Lane County.
The AlleyCAT is as quiet as they come in part thanks to the shrink-wrapped launcher and for longevity, features a Teflon coating to decrease noise and wear.
Banbury-based permit-holder Richard Harper saddled his first winner under Rules when Wot No Cash stayed on too strongly for The Alleycat in the selling handicap chase.
With a football match, a dizzying flight in a toy plane and a car chase through some heavy pedestrian traffic there is a certain element of CGI showing off but the technical grandstanding isn't at the expense of the story - although Nathan Lane's catty kitty Snowbell (the real star of the original) and Steve Zahn's sly alleycat Monty are disappointingly shortchanged on screen time giving it slightly less of an adult crossover appeal than say Shrek .
It was lower than the gutter and showed the intellect of an ant and the morals of an alleycat.
In 2000, West's achievements garnered the attention of AlleyCat News, a publication that covers emerging growth companies in the New York and tristate area, which named her one of the top 25 women in Silicon Alley.
AlleyCat News, the leading publication covering the business behind Internet and technology companies in New York and the tri-state area, announced today that it has paired up with MLX.