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gappy

[ˈgæpɪ] ADJ [teeth] → separado
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"Sadly, many hedgerows are becoming gappy, which fragments this amazing network, and without more sensitive management, many hedgerows are at risk of being lost altogether.
But I'm not sure how kind it was to refer to him as someone did as 'gappy' and similar.
Mel, abused online over her gappy grin, admitted: "I've had to learn to smile again but I keep practising."
Once the crown is damaged, and becomes diseased, swards quickly become gappy.
Once the crown is damaged and becomes diseased, swards can quickly become gappy.
Leonardo is pitching its TH-119 helicopter, which has a PT6 engine and 1,000 shaft horsepower, Andrew Gappy, the company's TH-119 program manager, told reporters in a teleconference.
A side-swept style is great for fine hair as it blends into the lengths and you don't need to worry about it looking gappy and wispy.'
The gappy 150g version cost PS1 but a new 200g bar, announced yesterday, will have a PS2.50 price tag.
Yesterday it was revealed while the gappy 150g bar for [pounds sterling]1 was being shelved, with a new 200g version reverting back to the classic look.
But Middlesbrough youngsters Tia Banks and Phoebe Gappy, both 11, say they found one in Grove Hill.
Max Wallis, of Friends of the Earth, Barry and Vale, is being less than logical regarding renewable energy ("'Gappy' power is a very risky business", WM letters, May 16).
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.