The news media has every right to get their paws on anything that is of cultural value.
After that, members of paws arranged for Rider to fly to California.
This means sneaky dingoes have the ability to open doors with their paws.
CLAIRE: (blinks rapidly) But Francis, we have the paws and Purrsonality pancake breakfast next week.
In December, paws and the three individuals dropped out, leaving Rider, ASPCA, FFA, and AWI.
His is all black except its paws, which are white, so we call it White Socks.
Then he put the gems and the gold over the paws and the tail.
Now the animal was dancing also, its paws following the pace set by the masked attendants.
The paws are also quite black, contrasting with the ivory whiteness of the claws.
She laid Grandma Snowhair on the floor and then with her teeth and paws she gently drew off her cap and gray silk dress.
c.1300, from Old French powe, poe "paw, fist," of uncertain origin. Evidence points to a Gallo-Romance root form *pauta which probably is related to the source of patten.
"use the hands roughly," c.1600, from paw (n.). Related: Pawed; pawing. Middle English had pawen "to touch or strike with the paw" (c.1400).