FERRET


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FERRETFederal Electronic Research and Review Extraction Tool
FERRETFree Entity Relationship and Reverse Engineering Tool (computing)
FERRETFerret Enthusiasts Responsible Rescue and Education Team (Pennsylvania)
FERRETFood Emergency Rapid Response and Evaluation Team (USDA)
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But there are two things I fear above all else the whole world over, the hawk and the ferret -- for these bring great grief on me -- and the piteous trap wherein is treacherous death.
Most of all I fear the ferret of the keener sort which follows you still even when you dive down your hole.
First the abhorred ferret seized and killed one of them, catching him outside the hole; then ruthless men dragged another to his doom when by unheard-of arts they had contrived a wooden snare, a destroyer of Mice, which they call a trap.
Their breast plates were of skin stretched on reeds, skilfully made from a ferret they had flayed.
Through the hotel office, past Hop Higgins lost in his dream of the raising of ferrets, he went and up into his own room.
One brave ferret saved Arnold Schwarzenegger's bacon in Kindergarten Cop.
Wilson was among several dozen ferrets who participated in the Lane Area Ferret Shelter and Rescue's 23rd annual Ferret Agility Trials, held Sunday afternoon at Emerald Park in west Eugene.
Prospect Ferret Rescue works with the RSPCA and has taken in more than 250 ferrets from the society in the last four years - some of them saved from negligent owners and unsafe living conditions.
While the plan has not yet been implemented, it is expected to significantly contribute to the efforts of wildlife biologists currently working on the ferret case.
POLICE are hunting a group of ferrets after a break-in at Coleg Cambria.
A ferret aircraft carried signal analyzers and panoramic scopes to enable careful analysis of the radar pulse.
ferrets still can't legally be at home in its biggest city.