beavery

beavery

(ˈbiːvərɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Animals) a place in which beavers may be kept
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In their case study of the Beavery Lake Finnish communities, Oiva Saarinen and Gerry Tapper discovered that an identification was so pervasive in these communities that even those who had no deep commitment to communist ideology regarded the left parties as a natural part of their everyday life.
Weknowthat this will beavery difficult game," said Crusaders and Wales coach John Dixon, who will lock horns with his Welsh assistant coach Justin Morgan, who coaches KR, when the tie is played on the weekend of April 4-5.
He took a start-up brewing course at Brewlab in Sunderland which gave him as much information as he needed through theory and hands-on coursework, ready to be channeled into eager beavery.
Weknow that this is going to beavery difficult final, maybe not spectacular but certainly very tactical,' said Couto.
The doctor's teeth are beavery, yellow: he whistles as he works, as topsoil puckers over its wound.