puddock


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puddock

(ˈpʌdək)
n
(Animals) a Scot variant of paddock2
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Rod Puddock, the project team's naval architect and archivist, first surveyed Whimbrel in Alexandria in 2008 and returned last month to reassess the warship.
A sea of hands went up: cuddy, oxter, lugs, puddock, doon, cauld, bonny, breeks.
For instance, a long-tailed tit was known as a bum barrel, a kite was a puddock and, yes, a goldcrest was known as a gold-crested wren.
It amazes me the market is still in such growth," says Red Bull head of customer marketing Imogen Puddock.
Last week The Beast gave David Seaman a good mauling but Manchester City fan Simon Puddock said: "He's a top class keeper and is doing a good job for us.