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mouse

a device used to move a pointer around a COMPUTER screen.
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Houpt offers several suggestions, such as buying your cat new toys, "perhaps a mechanical mouse or anything that might provide pleasant stimulation."
The car hinted that being expensive made it real; it was, in its own words, "numero uno." "I'm king of the jungle," bragged the mechanical mouse, implying that might and authority made it real.
Q Did the four mice who lead the 'marvellous, mechanical mouse organ' mice in Bagpuss have names?