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    Arashinris

    6 years ago

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    May 19,  · toad (third-person singular simple present toads, present participle toading, simple past and past participle toaded) (Internet, informal, transitive) To expel (a user) permanently from a MUD .
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    Sarn

    6 years ago

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    Voted #1 Database Development Solution in DBTA Readers' Choice Awards. Join the millions of users who trust Toad® products. With nearly 20 years of experience, Toad leads the way in tools for .
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    Fet

    6 years ago

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    Having toads in the garden is very beneficial as they naturally prey on insects, slugs and snails, up to 10, in a single summer. Having a resident toad keeps the pest population down and reduces the .
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    Nikotaur

    6 years ago

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    Toad was once captured with Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch on the world of Arkon, but after their adventure there, he elected to stay instead of returning to Earth. Eventually, the Toad built a .
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    Sharamar

    6 years ago

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    If you see a toad, it's most likely an American toad, the most common toad in Minnesota. This toad is often seen in or around wetlands during the spring mating season. At other time of the year it can be .
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    Kazikazahn

    6 years ago

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    Any of numerous amphibians related to the frogs. Toads usually have broader bodies and shorter legs than frogs, and their feet have only a little webbing. Their skin is thick, rough, and often bumpy, and sometimes secretes toxic substances. Toads .
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    Kagashicage

    6 years ago

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    TOAD® is a complete professional OBD2 scan tool software for ELM interfaces that lets you perform powerful and comprehensive health and performance checks on your car - like never before possible. .
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    Brazilkree

    6 years ago

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    Tree frogs get their name from their arboreal nature which allows them to easily climb vegetation and trees where they will build nests and live, except in the spring when they descend to lay their eggs in ponds. Unlike their aquatic ancestors, tree frogs .
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    Dishakar

    6 years ago

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    Like frogs, toads are amphibians. They differ from most frogs because they have dry skin, warts, crests behind the eyes, and parotoid glands. The parotoid glands produce a poisonous secretion that helps the toad .