gluepot


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gluepot

(ˈɡluːˌpɒt)
n
a container for holding or melting gluea muddy place
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Ho, gluepots! Loftiest trucks were made for wildest winds, and this brain-truck of mine now sails amid the cloud-scud.
As darkness fell, competitors took to the trails aided by head torches and, while the wary cautiously eased their way through each 10k lap, many a cavalier athlete could be seen landing on their backs in the muddy gluepot that was once Catton Park.
| MUCH has been made of the North/South division of affections for that BBC institution, Blue Peter, notching up 60 years; the argument being that it needs a kick up the gluepot.
THE GLUEPOT CONNETION - Londinium Chamber Choir / Griffiths .....
Richard Cockerill's men created plenty of chances on the gluepot surface in Paris.
O'Shea is one of only two players still at the club who started Sunderland's FA Cup defeat at Bradford on a gluepot pitch two and a half years ago.
I took him out at Cork last weekend because it was a gluepot, but I think and hope it will be looser at the Curragh.
The nine-year-old took a tired fall in gluepot conditions for the Welsh National at Chepstow last time, but had previously put up a personal best in victory on heavy ground over today's course and distance.
Minor league Eastleigh suffered FA Cup heartbreak when they conceded a late equaliser to four-times winners Bolton Wanderers on a gluepot pitch at their snug Ten Acres ground on Saturday.
The game developed into a ding-dong battle - despite the gluepot conditions underfoot - and both teams came close to adding to their try count before Andrews had the final word.
The gluepot going proved too much for all but Bob Ford who initially finished alone in the West Wales National under Paul Townend.