mattery

Related to mattery: perivenous, extracorpuscular

mattery

(ˈmætərɪ)
adj
(Pathology) discharging pus
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existed like a mattery idea, and then had become the folded lung, which
If their front paws seem to be mattery and wet, chances are it's from them wiping their nose off with those paws and that is another indication of the rabbit possibly having a cold or snuffles (which is a nearly impossible to treat).
Lead, a non-essential and toxic metal, is released into the aquatic environment by industrial sources such as chemical and fertilizer industries, refining of ores (Handy, 1994), the plating process, and gasoline containing Pb that leaks from fishery boats (Pascoe and Mattery, 1977).
The deteriorating conditions did not stop the 22-year-old from landing his first ever double on Damika ( trained by his boss Richard Whitaker ( and Frimley's Mattery.
While Mulrennan won the seller, his partner Adele Rothery picked up a three-day ban in the same race for careless riding aboard the unplaced Frimley's Mattery.
C'") If it is [merely] possible for a table x to be originally constructed from a hunk of mattery, then table x could not have been the only table originally constructed from any nonoverlapping hunk [z].
C"") If it is possible for a table x to be the only table originally constructed from a hunk of mattery, then table x could not have been originally constructed from any nonoverlapping hunk [z].
Victory for 20-1 shot Frimley's Mattery in leg two, the opener from Redcar, wiped out plenty of entries, before the success of African Sahara in the next race at the Cleveland track proved costly for the few ticket-holders still left in the pool going into leg four.