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mouse

a device used to move a pointer around a COMPUTER screen.
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Ultimately, Mousy Cats and Sheepish Coyotes offers insight into the similarities humans share with animals and presents evidence of an unbroken biological connection from the smallest organisms to Homo sapiens.
The man who carried out the attack was white, aged 21 to 25, stocky, with short mousy hair and wearing a grey zip-up top.
She is 4ft 11ins tall, of slim build with fair skin and mousy hair, which could be tied back in a ponytail.
The 36-year-old was almost unrecognisable without her slap and her flame red hair was replaced by mousy brown locks.
Laura, the mousy follower, and Rose, the outgoing leader, aren't caricatures, particularly when Laura is forced to lead and Rose becomes the follower.
She sneers at my appearance all the all the time and says I'm an insignificant mousy no-hoper.
The man is described as aged 20, between 5ft 9ins and 6ft, skinny, with mousy brown straight hair and clean shaven.
Gasoline: Two young lovers--a shy, mousy blond and her butch new girlfriend--go on the run after they accidentally kill the blond's mom.
What the CTV scribes do not mention is the heroic role in which they cast the Canadian Auto Workers union which orchestrated Hall's transformation from mousy student to poster-boy for the "gay rights" movement.
It has been years since I banished my mousy brown hair.
The story ends as the mousy little corps girl (Alexandra Ansanelli), who is unwinding in her dressing room after displacing the imperious but injured ballerina (Maria Kowroski), sees her big solo being surreptitiously danced on the deserted stage by--another mousy little corps girl.
It is in part 2 of Kateryn Parr: The Making of A Queen where James contradicts characterizations of her subject as a mousy nurse.