GNAW


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AcronymDefinition
GNAWGrassroots Network against War (Ireland)
GNAWGreater Nashville Animal Welfare (Tennessee)
References in classic literature ?
He can gnaw through leather as clean as a knife an' jes' about half as quick.
The dusky twilight was now too transparent for Roderick Elliston; the blackest midnight was his chosen hour to steal abroad; and if ever he were seen, it was when the watchman's lantern gleamed upon his figure, gliding along the street, with his hands clutched upon his bosom, still muttering, "It gnaws me
Half of the fish were trained with food to gnaw whenever Bach played and the other half were taught to gnaw whenever Stravinsky music was on.
It is a very scary thought that rats can gnaw through your pipes.
Keywords: Gnaw marks, rodents, Ramp Creek, Rockford Limestone.
CCD, founder of Gnaw Bone Camp in Nashville, Indiana, died in December at the age of eighty-six.
Or else they listened up when analysts told them that an upstart technology called email was going to gnaw Pac-Man-style into their $35 billion in first-class mail revenue.
These sciurids are known to gnaw osseous material (for example, bone and antler) for its mineral content (Schmidly, 1983:127).
Alcohol and drug addiction play major roles in causing homelessness among families and these addictions gnaw at the solutions proposed to help them.
Our advice is: Don't - fire up the BBQ and gnaw on a hotdog instead.
This means that they need things they can gnaw on to wear their teeth down, or they can grow into the skin, causing pain.
Liverpool (UK), May 1 ( ANI ): Scientists at the University of Liverpool have found that mice and rats have evolved to gnaw with their front teeth and chew with their back teeth more successfully than rodents that 'specialise' in one or other of these biting mechanisms.