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*  Ferret
"American Ferret Association: Ferret Color and Pattern Standards". Ferret.org. Retrieved 2008-11-30. "Importation of Ferrets ... Ferrets USA. Retrieved 2008-03-05. Brown, Susan, DVM. "History of the Ferret". Retrieved 2008-03-05. "Feral Ferrets in New ... For ferrets, a wire cage at least 18 inches long and deep and 30 inches wide or longer is needed. Ferrets cannot be housed in ... In the UK, ferret racing is often a feature of rural fairs or festivals, with people placing small bets on ferrets that run set ...
*  Ferrets Magazine
... was published by BowTie Inc. from 1997 until 2008, targeted at ferret owners. The magazine is based in Mission ... 3 January 2001). Ferret Reading, National Public Radio "Editorial Note". Ferrets Magazine. Retrieved 1 January 2016. "About ... FERRETS Magazine and SmallAnimalChannel.com". Small Animal Channel. Retrieved 1 January 2016. Official website. ...
*  The Ferrets (band)
McFarlane 'The Ferrets' entry. Retrieved 7 March 2010. "The Ferrets". Australian Rock Database. Magnus Holmgren. Retrieved 20 ... The Ferrets were an Australian Pop band between 1975-1979. They are best known for their song "Don't Fall in Love" and album, ... The Ferrets continued to tour and recorded their second studio album Fame at Any Price which was produced by Cohen and released ... The Ferrets premiered on Countdown in an episode compered by Jon English performing "Don't Fall in Love", which peaked at No. 2 ...
*  Ferret-legging
... was an endurance test or stunt in which ferrets were trapped in trousers worn by a participant. Also known as ... Marlene Blackburn, who works with the Ferret Rescue League to ensure that no ferrets are harmed in the sport, claims that ... In the sport of ferret-legging, competitors tie their trousers at the ankles before placing two ferrets inside and securely ... An attempt to introduce a female version of the sport-ferret busting, in which female contestants introduced ferrets down their ...
*  Reverse ferret
"Reverse Ferret!" In 2014, the Mayor of New York performed a literal reverse ferret when he repealed a ban on owning ... and was based on the supposed northern stunt of ferret legging (where contestants compete to show who can endure a live ferret ... Reverse ferret is a phrase used predominantly within the British media to describe a sudden reversal in an organisation's ... His preferred description of the role of journalists when it came to public figures was to "stick a ferret up their trousers". ...
*  Ferret (disambiguation)
HMS Ferret, the name of a number of ships and shore establishments of the Royal Navy Fairey Ferret, a British biplane Ferret is ... A ferret is a domesticated animal. Ferret may also refer to: Other Animals The Black-footed ferret, a wild animal from North ... Music Ferret Music, a record label The Ferrets (band), an Australian pop/rock band Pierre Ferret (1908-1978), a Gypsy jazz ... The Ferret, a consumer affairs television programme on HTV Wales The Ferret (news), a media cooperative in Scotland Ferret ( ...
*  Ferret Force
At its height, Ferret Force would grow to 16 operational sections. Ferret Force became operational in July 1948. Operating in ... Ferret Force was disbanded in December 1948. Although Ferret Force existed for little more than six months, it had a large ... Some of the Ferret Force members, because of their World War II work with Force 136, had ties with the MPAJA, the forerunner of ... In the end, Ferret Force was too unconventional for the Commander-in-Chief, British forces in the Far East, General Sir Neil ...
*  Col Ferret
The Col Ferret (Petit Col Ferret) (el. 2490 m.) is an Alpine pass between the canton of Valais and the Aosta Valley. This pass ...
*  Ferret 50
The Ferret 50 was crafted as an AR conversion for its high adaptability and customization potential. The stock is made from a ... The SuperComp Ferret 50 is the competition-level version of the rifle. It can be chambered in all the above mentioned calibers ... The Ferret 50 is a high-caliber bolt-action rifle developed by Spider Firearms for competition shooting and long-range hunting ... One key feature of the Ferret 50 is the fish-gill muzzle brake. This allows the rifle to fire large caliber rounds with ...
*  Ferret Music
... was an American independent record label, founded in 1996. The label is owned by NORA's vocalist, Carl Severson, ... Ferret's official website was last updated in 2009, adding to speculation that the label is defunct. According to Scott ... As of September 12, 2007, Ferret partnered with an uprising extreme metal and hardcore punk label out of the UK, Siege of Amida ... Ferret recently started an imprint called New Weathermen Records. Warner Music Group's Alternative Distribution Alliance ...
*  Baro Ferret
From 1931, the Ferret brothers, along with their third brother Etienne "Sarane" Ferret, and cousin René "Challain" Ferret, were ... ISBN 978-0-19-531192-1. Pierre "Baro" Ferret - Panique - Paris, 20 January 1949 on YouTube Pierre (Baro) Ferret at discogs.com ... The Ferret brothers played with musicians including Didi Duprat. Baro retired as a full-time musician during World War II and ... Pierre Joseph "Baro" Ferret (1908-1976) was a Gypsy jazz guitarist and composer. He was known by his Gypsy nickname "Baro," ...
*  Ferret-badger
Bornean ferret-badger (Melogale everetti) Chinese ferret-badger (Melogale moschata) Javan ferret-badger (Melogale orientalis) ... Burmese ferret-badger (Melogale personata) Vietnam ferret-badger (Melogale cucphuongensis) Wozencraft, W.C. (2005). "Order ... Nadler, T.; Streicher, U.; Stefen, C.; Schwierz, E.; Roos, C. (2011). "A new species of ferret-badger, Genus Melogale, from ... Ferret-badgers are the five species of mustelids of the genus Melogale. ...
*  Ferret health
An owners guide to ferret grooming What do ferrets eat? Here's what to feed them British Ferret club - Feeding Ferrets Caring ... is caused by an othomyxovirus that can be passed from ferrets to humans and from humans to ferrets. Ferrets have served as ... Most albino ferrets are not deaf; if deafness does occur in an albino ferret, this may be due to an underlying white coat ... Ferrets without white markings, but with premature graying of the coat, are also more likely to have some deafness than ferrets ...
*  Val Ferret
Access to Col Ferret is forbidden for private motor vehicles, on both sides. The Swiss Val Ferret is a valley on the southern ... Val Ferret is the name of the two separate valleys, departing from the Col Ferret on the border between Italy and Switzerland, ... The stream running through the valley is the Dora di Ferret (French: Doire de Ferret), which, near La Palud (in front of the ... The main villages of the Val Ferret are (from up to down): Ferret, L'A Neuve, La Fouly, Prayon, Praz de Fort, Issert and Som la ...
*  USS Ferret
... may refer to: USS Ferret (1806) was a brig commissioned in 1809; changed names to Viper in 1810 and served until ... USS Ferret (1812) was a schooner commissioned in 1812 serving until she grounded and broke up in 1814. USS Ferret (1822) was a ...
*  The Ferret
In 2011 the Ferret held its first Ferret Roadshow, in Pontypridd, to celebrate 15 years of the programme. ITV Wales. ... The Ferret is a long-running consumer affairs television programme that is broadcast on ITV Cymru Wales. The programme was ...
*  Fairey Ferret
Ferret Mk II Three-seat prototype powered by a 425hp (317kW) Bristol Jupiter radial engine, one built. Ferret Mk III Two-seat ... The two-seater Ferret III was also fitted with a new Fairey-designed high-speed gun mounting in the rear cockpit. The first ... The Fairey Ferret was a 1930s British general-purpose biplane designed and built by the Fairey Aviation Company. It performed ... The Ferret was designed to meet a Fleet Air Arm requirement defined by specification 37/22 for a reconnaissance aircraft; it ...
*  Dancing Ferret
The Dancing Ferret entertainment group is an unofficial collective name for Dancing Ferret Discs and Dancing Ferret Concerts. ... Dancing Ferret Discs information site Dancing Ferret Concerts site Dancing Ferret discography at Discogs. ... It was started by Patrick Rodgers (a.k.a. DJ Ferret) (a.k.a. Fangdaddy) in 1995 with the formation of Dancing Ferret Concerts. ... Dancing Ferret Discs is a Philadelphia-based record label started in August 1998. It is the record label "sister company" of ...
*  Sea Ferret
The Sea Ferret was a submarine-launched aerial reconnaissance drone under development by the United States Navy, designed to be ... Sea Ferret was under development by Northrop Grumman Corporation since 1991, and was successfully demonstrated onboard ... While its primary mission was reconnaissance, Sea Ferret was a weapon, carrying a nine-kilogram (20 lb) warhead, capable of ...
*  Cap Ferret
... (English: Cape Ferret) is a headland, situated at the south end of the commune of Lège-Cap-Ferret in the French ... Cap Ferret looking north The lighthouse at Cap Ferret The Tramway du Cap-Ferret "Accès / transport" (in French). Office de ... in French) Panoramas of Cap Ferret (in French) Official web site of Cap Ferret (in French) Discover Cap Ferret in catamaran (in ... Cap Ferret is accessible by road from the north, and by passenger ferry from Arcachon. The Tramway du Cap-Ferret, a diesel ...
*  Petit Ferret
... (ぷちフェレット, Puchi Feretto) was a Japanese company that developed the Popotan PC visual novels, as well as an ...
*  HMS Ferret
... (1840) was an 8-gun brig launched in 1840 and wrecked in 1869. HMS Ferret (1893) was a Ferret-class destroyer, later ... the Ferret: HMS Ferret (1704) was a 10-gun sloop launched in 1704 that the French captured in 1706. HMS Ferret (1711) was a 10- ... HMS Ferret (1794) was a 4-gun gunboat. She was a Dutch hoy purchased in 1794 and sold in 1802. HMS Ferret (1799) was a 6-gun ... HMS Ferret (1763) was a 6-gun cutter launched in 1763 and sold in 1781. HMS Ferret (1784) was a 12-gun brig-sloop launched in ...
*  Ferret Brothers
The Ferret Brothers may refer to: Pierre Ferret (1908-1978), Jean Ferret and Etienne Ferret, French jazz musicians Robear and ...
*  USS Ferret (1822)
Seeking aid, Ferret retreated from the choppy coastal waters to the calmer waters of the open sea. The Ferret returned the next ... Under Farragut Ferret made two such trips. On 4 February 1825, the Ferret was under the command of Charles H. Bell. While ... USS Ferret was a two masted schooner, the third U.S. Navy vessel to bear this name, and was purchased 20 December 1822 at ... USS Ferret was part of a naval fleet that sailed to the Caribbean to subdue the occurrence of pirate raids on merchant ships ...
*  Black-footed ferret
... Recovery Implementation Team website, from a team led by the USFWS Black-footed Ferret Video Black-footed ... "Black-footed ferret back on prairie turf". Parks Canada. October 2, 2009. Retrieved 5 September 2015. "Black-footed ferrets ... The average density of black-footed ferrets near Meeteetse, Wyoming, is estimated at 1 black-footed ferret /99 to 148 acres (60 ... Black-footed ferret, Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada [1] Black-footed Ferret National Conservation ...