"No matter how much rat poison, rat glue or rat cages you put down, it doesn't work," she said. "Look - during the night, all these rats are having a party."
Having staked out their turf in Flushing, the two factions have long waged a bitter ideological battle.
Bjarke Ingels’s ‘zootopia’ reverses the role of captor and captive to let animals roam free, while humans are hidden from view. But will it become a feral version of The Hunger Games?
Denmark's cage-free zoo will put humans in captivity
Bjarke Ingels’s ‘zootopia’ reverses the role of captor and captive to let...
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With doughnuts, headlamps and feral howls, the author joins a sasquatch stakeout.
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Rating: 5.3/10 - 7422 votesPrankster cops Chris and Bill are joined by a Gina from the DA's office to stakeout a lakeside home.
Definition of squatverb (squats, squatting, squatted)
adjective (squatter, squattest)
- 3North American informalshort for diddly-squat.I didn’t know squat about writing plays
Origin:Middle English (in the sense 'thrust down with force'): from Old French esquatir 'flatten', based on Latin coactus, past participle of cogere 'compel' (see cogent). The current sense of the adjective dates from the mid 17th century.
1 ((通例限定))〈動植物が〉自然のままの, 野生の(wild)；野生に返った2 野生味をむき出した, 残忍な.
a feral child
A very large, hairy, humanlike creature purported to inhabit the Pacific Northwest and Canada. Also called Sasquatch.
[From the size of the footprints believed to belong to it.]
[Halkomelem (Salishan language of southwest British Columbia) sε´sq'əč.]
stakeout / stake out
Surveillance of an area, building, or person, especially by the police.
A stakeout is the coordinated hidden surveillance of a location or person for the purpose of gathering evidence, especially in regard to criminal activity. The term derives from the practice by surveyors of using stakes to measure out an area before the main building project is commenced.