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For the hungry teeth of time devour, and the silent-footed years pursue.
The white-footed mouse isn't much to look at, but a new study suggests it may be a superstar when it comes to evolution.
They also suggested that the first turtles lived on land, where a shield is a useful defense for a slow-footed creature.
For example mules are quieter and they're definitely sure-footed.
Now imagine that the lion is a linebacker and the gazelle is a fleet-footed running back.
Nutria are large, web-footed rodents that are more agile in the water than on land.
Cheetahs use their speed to outrun their prey, which includes such fleet-footed creatures as gazelles and wildebeests.
These babies left us feeling fleet-footed and twinkle-toed.
Trust us, the fleet-footed download speeds are worth it.
The focus wheel is slow, but a wide field of view makes it easy to track swift-footed athletes or varmints.
Most of us knew students whose families blindly footed their bills.
It's no different than when a basketball player torques his ankle because some other big-footed player stepped on him in the lane.
Deluxe rooms feature claw-footed tubs or all-marble baths and many have wood-burning fireplaces and private patios.
Plays flat-footed, making good body adjustments in his lateral slide to gain movement.
Now some skaters can spin four times before landing, one footed, on the ice.
Then a clumsy-footed crow awakes in them, stirring the branches and croaking mournfully.
His tone can be alarmingly inconsequential, as if the reader is there to be perpetually wrong-footed.
In fact, he was more often lyrical and tender: instead of scraggy crows, soft-footed cats.
Your correspondent is not particularly leaden-footed.
But he has been thoroughly wrong-footed by his cherubic challenger.
It is hardly surprising that firms are often wrong-footed.
Industry after industry has been caught flat-footed by digital evolution.
He appears quite unaware that he is giving an amusing account of an earnest snooper in heavy-footed pursuit of an agile dodger.
There have been plenty of other extreme weather events that have caught cities flat-footed, too.
Though he trained diligently, he failed, possibly because he ran flat-footed.
Sure-footed protection on shoreline rocks, pool or boat decks, and shower floors.
It is odd and wonderful music, as cheerful and melodically sure-footed as it is affected and fey.
Mongols were narrow-waisted and small-footed, with big heads.
Its heel rests on a large pad of fat that gives it a flat-footed appearance.
The commission dispatched a sharp-sighted fleet-footed mole.
Orchid flowers fool flat-footed flies by faking fungus-infected foliage.
Partly, the sheet web's efficiency is due to the lethal gum-footed threads.
So she footed the bill for the expedition out of her own pocket.
The translation is as heavy as an elephant but not so sure-footed.
Perhaps because it's so heavy-footed and humorless, the song always made me cringe.
All those are great to have, but if you are flat-footed when the moment happens, the simple truth is that you'll miss it.
The white-footed mouse stores seeds and nuts for winter feeding.
Scientists have discovered the missing link between whales and their four-footed ancestors.
Although a large family, few brush-footed butterflies feed on forest trees and shrubs.

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