mousehole


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Translations
حُفْرَة الفِئْران
myší díra
musehul
egérlyuk
músarhola
ネズミ穴
myšia diera
fare deliği

mousehole

[ˈmaʊshəʊl] Nratonera f

mouse

(maus) plural mice (mais) noun
1. any of several types of small furry gnawing animal with a long tail, found in houses and in fields.
2. (computers) a device that is used to move the cursor on a computer screen and to give instructions to a computer.
ˈmousy adjective
1. (of hair) dull brown in colour.
2. timid; uninteresting. a mousy little woman.
ˈmousehole noun
a hole made or used by mice.
ˈmousetrap noun
a mechanical trap for a mouse.
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Mousehole is one of those villages that encapsulate all that's best about Cornwall.
Mousehole and Polperro, both in Cornwall, Colwinston in the Vale of Glamorgan and Beer, Devon, now stand between it and the final.
The lifeboat Solomon Browne, based at the Penlee lifeboat station near Mousehole, and operated by volunteers, went to the aid of the vessel Union Star after its engines failed in heavy seas.
Waiting, poised as a cat at a mousehole or me when I see cake.
These include Sam and the Seagulls by Stephen Warman and Ruth Knight, The Mousehole Mice and the Theatre by the Sea by Michelle Cartlidge and A Cornish Christmas by Craig Green and Oliver Hurst.
After Newlyn the first village you reach is Mousehole (pronounced locally as Mow-zul by the way).
It is believed Thomas's friend Wyn Henderson, owner of the Lobster Pot B&B in Mousehole, Cornwall, where Caitlin and Dylan were staying, had to pay for the wedding licence.
Rolling marbles foiled Groucho's charge, and Albert, Wanda, and Leo escaped into the mousehole, leaving Groucho to receive the blame for the spilled marbles
Between them they also sang 'In Concert' at 10 locations throughout Cornwall from Padstow in the north to St Ives and Paul near Mousehole in the south, making friends on the way with other international choirs from all over the world.
JUST in case spring remains elusive, increase your chance of uplifting Easter weather with a long weekend in the tiny Cornish fishing village of Mousehole which seems to have its own microclimate.
Falmouth Coastguard said the woman failed to make contact with relatives on Sunday evening as expected, having left the Cornish port of Mousehole to head north to Bideford in Devon at around 6.
Ona Mary Unwin has been missing since she set sail from the fishing port of Mousehole in Cornwall towards her home in north Devon on 13 October.