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Definition of Mousehole

Mousehole
Mousehole Mouse"hole`, n. A hole made by a mouse, for passage or abode, as in a wall; hence, a very small hole like that gnawed by a mouse.

Meaning of Mousehole from wikipedia

- Mousehole (/ˈmaʊzəl/; Cornish: Porthenys) is a village and fishing port in Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is approximately 2.5 miles (4 km) south of Penzance...
- Mousehole ****ociation Football Club is a football club based in Mousehole, Cornwall. They are currently members of the South West Peninsula League Premier...
- The dish is traditionally held to have originated from the village of Mousehole in Cornwall and is traditionally eaten during the festival of Tom Baw****'s...
- The mousehole is the storage area on a drilling rig where the next joint of drilling pipe is held until needed. This hole is in the floor of the rig,...
- The Mousehole Cat is a children's book written by Antonia Barber and illustrated by Nicola Bayley. Based on the legend of Cornish fisherman Tom Baw****...
- 23 December, in Mousehole, Cornwall, England. The festival is held in celebration and memorial of the efforts of legendary Mousehole resident Tom Baw****...
- The lifeboat Solomon Browne, based at the Penlee lifeboat station near Mousehole, went to the aid of the vessel Union Star after its engines failed in...
- Mousehole is a village and fishing harbour in the civil parish of Penzance, Cornwall, England, UK. Raginnis }} Historic England & 1219071 Historic England...
- to have spread to the liver, and wrote about it in his blog, The Hunky Mousehole. He died on 8 April 2010. Manek Dubash, "Guy Kewney: Integrity in socks...
- the gentry) then understood. She lived in the parish of Paul, next to Mousehole. Perhaps due to poverty, Pentreath never married, but in 1729 she gave...
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