Heck, in 1992, Ross Perot launched a third party and helped cost Bush 41 a second term, despite being as nutty as squirrel poo.
But mostly, Gabe lolls around his home in Columbia, S.C., occasionally rousing himself to chase a squirrel.
Coy readers should heed the lesson learned by the young woman in “The squirrel.”
Inside the squirrel suit, an intern named Justin can be found.
Williams said the RNC has not decided on a sex or a name for the squirrel other than HRC squirrel.
They resemble the squirrel in appearance as well as in some of their habits.
You been seein' that squirrel that's been runnin' across the clearin'?
So the front cutting teeth of mouse or rat or squirrel are about as long as his legs, and start back almost to his neck.
I think that squirrel will stop in the woods for the rest of its life, Peter.
He followed her cautiously as she scrambled like a squirrel from the top of the ladder to the crow's-nest.
early 14c., from Anglo-French esquirel, Old French escurel (Modern French écureuil), from Vulgar Latin *scuriolus, diminutive of *scurius "squirrel," variant of Latin sciurus, from Greek skiouros "a squirrel," literally "shadow-tailed," from skia "shadow" (see shine (v.)) + oura "tail." Perhaps the original notion is "that which makes a shade with its tail." The Old English word was acweorna, which survived into Middle English as aquerne.
"to hoard up, store away" (as a squirrel does nuts), 1939, from squirrel (n.). Related: Squirreled; squirreling.
To distort the face; squint: The eyes are squinched with innocence and glint (1840+)