gant


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gant

(ɡɑːnt)
n
a yawn
vb (intr)
to yawn
References in classic literature ?
Monsieur the Archduke has more than once sought his gant * in my hose."
Could any necessity have been more extrava gant? And the difficulty was the greater because he was so hard hit that he couldn't imagine any body being able to remain in a state of indifference.
Sick or sound, he must aye be moving; with the death grapple at his throat he must aye be trailing in the rain on the lang roads; and when he gants his last on a rickle of cauld stanes, there will be nae friends near him but only me and God."
In this case, Mohamed Aman Siddique and Peter Gant were charged with obtaining, and attempting to obtain, a financial advantage by deception.
"In Working with Family Carers, a book inspired by my own experiences, I discuss some of the issues faced by carers in the UK.'' Dr Gant continued: "From identifying carers and providing information and advice and, given the likelihood of practitioners themselves providing (and receiving) care, it also offers a discussion regarding maintaining resilience and the extent to which personal experiences guide and inform practitioners' response to working with carers.
Andrew Gant's O Sing unto the Lord is a fresh and refreshing approach to Christian history, resounding through church music.
Co-stars Tonya Banks and Elena Gant revealed JolAaAaAeA@ was having a hard time dancing since she ga birth to her son, Greyson, weeks before she was slated to dance.
Focusing on a selection of commercially styled products, the Gant offering showcases the brand's American sportswear heritage.
But once a listener hears Gant's answer they know right away she chose the right line of work.
Major Gant enlisted in the Army in 1986, (5) straight out of high school.
From the back yard, Gant moved into the garage of her north Eugene home, keeping the door open while she worked with the same plumber's torch.