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gappy

[ˈgæpɪ] ADJ [teeth] → separado
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The Love 4 Music Festival will feature soul stars Alexander O'Neal, Omar, Gwen Dickey (Rose Royce), Janet Kay, Gappy Ranks and Carl Mcintosh (Loose Ends) alongside reggae band Aswad, The all-day music extravaganza will be at the Pavilion on Spaines Road in Fartown on Sunday, May 27, from 10am to 10pm.
You had gappy teeth, sticky up hair, dreadful 80s outfits or, usually, all of the above.
It is used to produce the analysis of current conditions that serves as the starting point for the next NWP forecast cycle; from gappy observations, the assimilation system delivers a complete gridded state estimate that provides values (initial conditions) for all NWP model variables at all grid points.
The author concludes that there are nonsensory properties of experience that are gappy in the right way, and that liberalism is therefore the most plausible position
The photograph is still hilarious, don't get me wrong, but I have come to realise the gonky, gappy, wonky fringe years are by far the best.
A clean fringe means it's less likely to look gappy.
We will have to go into a second round," said Hendrick Gappy, the chairman of the Seychelles Electoral Commission.
Leigh Halfpenny <Bshows off his gappy smile, which suggested he could look forward to a visit from the tooth fairy, after Toulon clinched the European Champions Cup with a win over Clermont
It might be that the chair or person persists by perduring or by enduring, but in the typical case the chair or person will not be gappy.
Who would not root for someone who goes after a guy larger and older than him on behalf of a friend because "I really wanted him to remember me every time he saw his gappy smile?
He writes: "Thus, if there are tropes even the proponent of this view [of distinguishing universals from particulars] should treat them as gappy and hence, abandon the claim that gappy entities are restricted to universals.