ratcatcher


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ratcatcher

[ˈrætˌkætʃəʳ] Ncazarratas mf inv, cazador(a) m/f de ratas
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005
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"If you please, Sir, it isn't Ratcatcher. Ratcatcher's all right."
"I thought it was Ratcatcher," he said, looking at Arnold, with a smile.
THAT rat of a ratcatcher James (Tom Hughes) was left with plenty of time to reflect on his actions - while I'm spending plenty of time trying to process the dramatic conclusion to what was a brilliant drama (Paula, BBC2, Thursday).
For me, I have to make a personal pilgrimage to see my favourite painting in the Gallery - 'The Birmingham Ratcatcher' - I would love it on my chimney breast but I am not sure the wife would!
The ratcatcher's daughter explores the little known history of the occurrence of the plague in Brisbane in 1900.
Police released a list of items including a Logun S16; a Gun Power Stealth; an Air Arms S200, mark 3, 10 shot; an FX Axsor; a Crosman ratcatcher .22; a Crosman Pump Pink .177; a Benjamin Sheridan .22.
In response to those questions, the Imaginists devised a "contemporary and timeless fairy tale"--The Ratcatcher, running through Dec.
Conjuring up new names for himself such as Lord Strongtail or Sir Ratcatcher the Brave prove ineffectual at halting his depression and so he decides to take a walk, further than he'd ever been before.
But yesterday the 40-year-old admitted two offences relating to his illegal possession of a Webley Crosman Ratcatcher air rifle and a Gamal Cadet air rifle on May 18.
Join the Ratcatcher to sniff the castle's privy and identify the weird and wonderful smells he has collected from his travels.
THE body of an elderly man which lay undiscovered for two months despite a police search was found in his garden by a ratcatcher.
Scots born father of two Ricky was shot dead by ratcatcher Peter Medlicott - who then killed himself - when he was called to a domestic dispute.