mawk


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mawk

(mɔːk)
n
(Animals) dialect Brit a maggot
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Let's hope that her occasional tendency to unnecessarily gawk and mawk it up to please the mawkish masses will be strictly slapped down and edited off-so that the good first impression her show made will be for its viewing course.
Pa Pi" (Auntie Pi) was one of the mae ka who walked from Mawk Mai (Mio Ne district) approximately thirty kilometres across the mountain to Nakong village.
LAWK (Ladies Armed With Knowledge) and MAWK (Men Armed With Knowledge) promote self esteem, education, leadership, and awareness through community outreach.
And for the Upper House's vice-presidential selection, Sai Mawk Kham, a USDP representative, and Aye Maung, the leader of Rakhine Nationalities Development Party, were nominated.
Television and newspa pers showed us the mawk ish floral tributes to the shot teenager, many laid by youths wearing hoods and sunglasses, many of their ill-spelt notes referring to Billy as "a dead soldier".
Here SED records: snathe 'to remove by lopping', lop 'a flea', brough 'a halo', mawk 'a maggot', maw 'a gull', sile, and also lug and mug (see Map III).
John Mawk, Chief of Neurosurgery at the hospital, filed a formal complaint against Dr.
The Newcastle University lecturer almost had to pull out of the race when he hit an object in the sea near the French coast and sustained a hole in his yacht Molly- mawk.
Across the river, in the hinterland, were villages such as Mawk Tsam Pe, where Durrenberger spent the summer of 1967 and Tannenbaum lived from 1984 to 1985.
I've met the man on several occasions and he's very pleasant, but like the rest of the cinema-going world I am growing tired of watching him mug and mawk his way through tear-jerking, pathos-laden weep-fests.