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fox plural form

As in, “It’s fox plural form!” It is a saying among New Yorkers that we can be either foxes or humans.

It’s a saying that makes sense if you think about it. The fox can be either one of the species that inhabits the Americas, the Eurasian lynx, or the New Zealand native, the kiwi. Each species has its own plural forms, meaning that when we say “foxes,” we’re also saying “foxes with the ability to learn.

In any case, people love to refer to the fox as plural, so it is. The plural of one of the fox’s species is the fox, and the plural of the whole genus is the fox. So we can say that we have a fox plural form, and that a fox is a fox.

The plural of the whole genus fox is the fox family, but the plural of one of the fox species, the red fox, is the red fox family. So we can say that we have a fox plural form, and that a red fox is a fox.

I like the plural form, I think it’s a great way to refer to species. But I think it might be pretty confusing to people when you’re trying to refer to a species in a family. For instance, if you’re trying to refer to a species as one of a family of species, then you have to say, a red fox is a red fox.

So if I asked what a fox is, someone might say, “A fox is a fox.” The reason I say that is because there are a lot of foxes in the world. There are foxes of all colors and shapes, and just look at all the different variations of foxes you may find at your local zoo.

If you’re trying to refer to a species as one of a family of species, then what are you trying to make a fox out of? I think in many cases you’re actually trying to make a person out of a fox.

A fox is a fox is a fox. And that’s why, in the case of the plural form, we’re trying to use the plural form, because we can’t just call a fox a fox, and also there are a lot of foxes.

The plural form of the word fox is foxes, and while that’s technically correct, it can also be a fox. Not only can it be used with the plural form of the word fox, but its a plural form of the word fox.

For instance, the plural form of the word fox is foxes. I’m not saying that the singular form of foxes is either foxes or foxes. The plural form of foxes is foxes. It does not refer to a single individual.

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