guga


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guga

(ˈɡuːɡə)
n
(Animals) Scot a gannet chick
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I'd guess gull meat, like guga, is rather oily and fishy and would require considerable preparation before cooking.
Mike Day, the director who made a film about hunting the guga on sula sgeir, has turned his lens on the Faroe Islands.
Des gars prenaient leurs points sur les courts indoor tres rapides, d'autres - comme Muster ou Guga -- sur terre battue, d'autres sur gazon...
Guga Kotetishvili's performance as Chekie achieves a for-all-the-flaws dignity that is remarkable under the circumstances.
There has to be a good chance this race will be run in similar fashion if the same tactics are used on Guga as when he spreadeagled his field at Nottingham last time.
NOTTINGHAM: 1.50 Daunt, 2.20 Griffin Point, 2.50 Arashi, 3.25 Ajeeb, 4.00 Deraasa, 4.35 Alareen, 5.10 Miss Topsy Turvy, 5.40 Guga.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 2.35 Lily Wood, 3.10 Dunhoy, 3.45 Guga, 4.15 Querido, 4.45 Elijah Pepper, 5.15 Yours, 5.45 Roman Flame, 6.15 Riflessione, 6.45 Sparking, 7.15 Irish Jugger.
With: Guga Kotetishvili, Irakli Ramishvili, George Kipshidze, Zura Begalishvili, Zaza Salia, Ruso Kobiashvili, Leo Antadze, Lia Gudadze, Zura Sharia.
Every year, ten men from Ness, the most northerly port in Lewis, sail to the weather-ravaged and unpopulated island of Sula Sgeir, 60 Kilometres north, to hunt 2,000 young gannets (known as guga).
But a double fault and a netted forehand from the Argentinian gave 'Guga' another two opportunities to break his opponent, which he did to take a 6-5 lead, with his serve to come.