strig

strig

(strɪɡ)
vb (tr) , strigs, strigging or strigged
(Botany) to remove the stalk from
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O mulsime de femei cu chilosii in vine strig? in cor", 28/04/2014, http://www.cyberculture.ro/blog/2014/04/28/reclama-tampoane/
The timing interface includes the CLK100 differential 100-MHz clock, the SYNC trigger star, the STRIG star, and the FCLK 100-1VIHz PCIe reference clock.
BRIGHTON 2.15 Sally Bruce 2.45 Secret Kode 3.15 Speedfit Boy 3.45 Alzavola 4.15 Mizyen 4.45 Hawk Moth 5.15 The Strig.
TODAY'S SARABAND SELECTIONS BRIGHTON: 2.15 Sally Bruce, 2.45 Secret Kode, 3.15 Speedfit Boy (nap) , 3.45 Alzavola, 4.15 Mizyen, 4.45 Hawk Moth, 5.15 The Strig.
BRIGHTON: 2.15 Sally Bruce, 2.45 Secret Kode, 3.15 SPEEDFIT BOY (NAP), 3.45 Alzavola, 4.15 Mizyen, 4.45 Hawk Moth, 5.15 The Strig.
TOMORROW'S TOP TIPS BRIGHTON: 2.15 Sally Bruce, 2.45 Secret Kode, 3.15 SPEEDFIT BOY (NAP), 3.45 Alzavola, 4.15 Mizyen, 4.45 Hawk Moth, 5.15 The Strig. LEICESTER: 5.00 Kanz, 5.30 Oxlip, 6.00 Bogsnog, 6.30 Opera Buff, 7.00 Copperwood, 7.30 Alluring Star, 8.00 Catchanova.
The gelded son of Dark angel twice found his path blocked at critical stages throughout a five-furlong handicap, but finished strongly to get to within a neck of The Strig.
The gelded son of Dark Angel twice found his path blocked at critical stages throughout a fivefurlong handicap, but finished strongly to get to within a neck of The Strig.
Always travelling well, Amazing Win quickened smartly under Charles Bishop to slam The Strig by two and three-quarter lengths to register her second success in a busy nine-day period in which she raced four times at tracks as far-flung as Goodwood and Carlisle.
Those denoting processes mostly refer to onomatopoeic sounds (cvrk 'chirp', zuj 'buzz'), neutral regarding their duration (cjelov 'kiss, arch.', griz 'bite', lom 'break', pad 'fall', rez 'cut', strig 'snip', zijev 'yawn') or referring to their punctual meaning (kret 'move', mah 'swipe', mig 'wink', skok 'jump'), and sometimes even being aspectually ambiguous, i.e.