doup

doup

(daʊp)
n
1. the bottom of an egg-shell
2. Scot the buttocks
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American Express found average costs to the age of one include pounds 177 for mum's pregnancy clothes and toiletries, pounds 410 to doup a nursery, buy a cot and bedding, pounds 312 for a pram and car seat, pounds 380 on babycare products, pounds 960 for formula milk and food, pounds 280 on clothes and pounds 500 for disposable nappies.That's a total of pounds 3019.
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Ramsay's contempt for the recently unified British government, a consequence of his nationalist political predilections, is also in evidence as 'Lucky Spence' goes on to warn her wenches that 'Red Coats' (British soldiers) will match any attempt to expose their activity with sexual and physical violence, by tearing their clothes and kicking their buttocks: 'They'll rive ye'r brats and kick your doup, / And play the Deel.' (ll.
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(https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2016/jul/06/oscar-pistorius-sentenced-murder-reeva-steenkamp-live) Doup De Bruyn , a lawyer who represented the family, said: "There is nothing [the family] can do about the sentence.
It thereby shows less wear at healds and doup frames, despite the higher speed.
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