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Group groomings and hootings gradually die down as various families settle into sleep.
We've done half a dozen groomings (at least) over the past three years, and we never want the lion cut (where they cut his fur -- which on a Maine Coon is considerable -- down to the skin except on his head, the ends of his paws, and the end of his tail).
updated the web site kradical 2004
I don't welcome again those tender groomings and all that flattery.
Beauty's Punishment Rice, Anne 1984
The regularity of meals was another point of comparison, and the daily washings, brushings, groomings.
From the Bottom Up Irvine, Alexander, 1863-1941 1910
There were such hand-shakings in the usually quiet streets, such groomings of horses at stables behind old-fashioned little taverns, such pipe-claying of belts and polishing of helmets, and, above all, such joyous anticipatory parties in private houses!
Girlhood and Womanhood The Story of some Fortunes and Misfortunes Sarah Tytler 1870
He loves his regular groomings with our brush, but I think he was particularly into the teeth on the FURminator.
Record Article Feed Carla Kucinski Seward 2010
It was worth the drive, since the total cost for two neuterings, vaccinations and even two groomings (both cats were in desperate need of mat removal) was $106.
Mothers often cut their children’s hair in a way that’s manageable for mom or for the children: not too long or tangly, not having to deal with frequent groomings, barrettes, clips or getting in the eyes.