Scatch

Related to Scatch: Scratch games
n.1.A kind of bit for the bridle of a horse; - called also scatchmouth.
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He attended elementary school at Abe Scatch Memorial School in his Anishinaabe community, 120 kilometres north of Red Lake.
Anwar Chuadhry who wrote a book named "Sindh Tareekhee Khaka" (Historical Scatch about Sindh), he wrote "Soomro family chosen (Thatta) city as the capital of Sindh.
Two new products include Custom Lotto Replica Scratch Off Cards, delivering your custom message by way of an authentic looking lotto scatch off, and DIY LunchNotes, delivering custom scratch off "Happy Lunch" messages to help make a bagged lunch more fun.
The ladies race for Bowler of the Week had Matet Cavite of Lucky Strike winning at 671 on scatch games of 192, 244 and 181.
The revellers at the River Thames will get packs featuring scatch 'n' sniff, LED wristbands and seven kinds of fruit-flavoured sweets.
However, no amount of gild can tot up to much in a hotel, if the service isn't up to scatch.
Scatch Cup: Debbie Wood 89 gross; runners-up Tina Ives 92 gross.
Apart from that however there wasn't a scatch on the bike, testament the top-quality of the fairings and components.
Stryker knew the first step was building the campus' capacity for full degree programs by hiring outstanding faculty, gaining legislative support for enrollment funding and creating a new Campus Board--from scatch.
Each opened his bundle praising his own goods and disparaging his neighbours thrusting a piece of silk towards us recommending it as Scatch plat (Scotch Plaid) or Bailatee (English).
Scatch -- both blended and single malt -- appears to be regaining favor among several segments of American consumers for a variety of reasons, and largely as a result of a concerted effort by a savvy and tireless industry.
There were tankers coming at us and you know if they run over you, you're going to be a minor scatch on one side of their hull and they wouldn't even waste the petrol to avoid you