hedgehog : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  relatively large rodents with sharp erectile bristles mingled with the fur
  • n  small nocturnal Old World mammal covered with both hair and protective spines

  • Abraham Lincoln was a hedgehog, Harry Truman a fox.
  • Scientists have recently discovered, for instance, that a gene nicknamed "sonic hedgehog" (after the popular video game Sonic the Hedgehog) determines the fate of neurons in the .
  • Mao was quintessential hedgehog, a visionary with one organizing determinist principle to which he insisted the great diverse Chinese reality must conform.
News & Articles

  • REVIEW MINI: Sonic the Hedgehog Review Mini
    Slow and steady. I know I'm in the minority on this one, but my favorite classic Sonic stage from the first game is Marble Zone. Why? Because you can't gain speed: it's all precision platforming. Perhaps this is why I enjoy this Sonic the Hedgehog on Game Gear so much. While it is faster than the average platformer, your time is not spent watching Sonic going through loop-the-loops, but doing ...
    June 18, 2013 - Nintendo World Report

  • Yuji Naka in GameSpot
    We are proud to re-create our famous friend, Sonic, for a new generation of gamers on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360,said Naka. "With Sonic the Hedgehog, we have gone back to our starting point, more than 15 years ago, to reinvent the attitude...
  • Isaiah Berlin in Cleveland Plain Dealer
    The fox, Berlin wrote, quoting the Greek poet Archilochus, "knows many things, while the hedgehog knows one big thing."
  • Nic Vallance in Stuff.co.nz
    Vallance says rats and mice will be dealt with first, to cut off the larger animals' food supply, then after a few months a "hedgehog swat team" will move in with a "ridiculously elaborate military-like arrangement of traps, over nearly 4000...

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