guga


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guga

(ˈɡuːɡə)
n
(Animals) Scot a gannet chick
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The online petition was set up after the first World Guga Eating Championships in December provoked an angry reaction from wildlife groups.
The intertextual relations between Devnarayan's epic and those of Teja, Guga, and others are essential to understanding this narrative in its fullest sense; it does not stand alone in Rajasthan and other parts of north India.
On the debate about the Subaltern studies group, see Guga, op cit.
Tenders are invited for Const Of street with drains from main road to Guga Maddi in ward no 01 in MC Rajound
It will be nice to play the UAE on home ground as we had lost to them in the World Cup [in May]," Paraguay coach Guga Zloccowick told Gulf News.
I rang the PR people, not about haggis, but the 1 per cent of respondents who volunteered that their favourite food was Guga - dried gannet from St Kilda.
Star performance Solemn produced a career-best effort to win the featured 5f handicapRide of the day Silvestre de Sousa stole a march on Guga in the 1m2f handicap and had the race won a long way out Results and analysis start page 98
Federer said: 'I am really looking forward to it, this is going to be a great match for the tournament and a great match for Guga and myself.
Hunt leader Dods Macfarlane said: "To somebody who has never tried guga, it is vile - but to me it is a delicacy.
El banco estatal, patrocinador, de Guga desde enero del 2000, conoce las ventajas de asociar su imagen al deporte.