guttery


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guttery

(ˈɡʌtərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a place for removing the guts or cleaning the guts of dead animals or fish
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Guttery, Breast Cancer Campaign pilot grant (2013 Nov SP218), the Imperial and Leicester ECMCs, and the Cancer Research UK Leicester Centre to the University of Leicester; R.
We hypothesized chick survival rates would be higher with adult brood-rearing females (Curio 1983, Guttery et al.
Unabashedly lo-fi and noisy, the Gino and the Goons Push Your Luck 7" stands out for me for what I'm going to call essentially a guttery reworking of the Modern Lovers' "Roadrunner" entitled "I Love FLA" followed by the DMZ cover "Ball Me Out"--and those are on the b-side.
Twa boords and a clort o' porrige atween them-it wid mak' a fine pavement for some o' yon guttery holes they hae in Alford, (p.
I'm 6'8", 250 pounds, and I had just finished my second drink," Guttery told a local reporter.
Interviewed by OXIRM's Elizabeth Howard, Guttery is unapologetically passionate for retailing.
Arthur Guttery assured fellow Christians: "The Times are ripe for a sweeping Revival; all our modern forces have their focus here.
Potatopits with time on them, guttery gaps, iced-over puddles being crunched, cows being milked, a child nicking the doorpost with a pen-knife, and so on.
Lareesa Guttery, a beauty therapist in the western city of Perth, claimed her new record on Saturday when she almost doubled British woman Deanne Ware's 77-wax record.