masty

masty

(ˈmɑːstɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
1. (Agriculture) obsolete (of an animal) fattened on mast
2. (Botany) obsolete yielding mast
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Ward's parkmeisters, under the direction of new terrain park manager Dan Masty of Holden, plan to add fiendishly inventive new features soon such as an upside-down sailboat.
After giving two hit pop albums Huqa Pani and Masty, Ali experimented with Sufi music in his 3rd album Jhoom, which was released by YRF music and topped the charts in both Pakistan and India for several weeks.
If Masty gets a few, he'll definitely hit the target with at least one of them.
Finally, Fisher, Fried, and Masty show how critical thinking maybe applied to the difficult problem of choosing among several imperfect solutions, each of which may raise its own ethical problems.
Children's involvement in environmental health research does not occur in a vacuum, but within the context of federal, institutional, and family protections (Fisher and Masty 2006; Kodish 2003).
Cllr Bernard Kirton, planning chairman, said: "They used to talk about leafy Warwickshire - it could soon be masty Warwickshire if this carries on.
MASTY DETAILS THE PLANNED PRIVATIZATION OF NEPAL'S TEA ESTATES
PS: After The Perfect Childhood I said to my wife, This book is about this really masty joke that God takes these beautiful young people without hair on their face, and bad skin and insecurities, and lack of social skill and lack of self-identity, and gives them big throblin dikes.
Masty, another authority living in Peshawar wrote in 1988 "that the country's agricultural infrastructure has been bombed into ruins .