gutser


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gutser

(ˈɡʌtsə)
n
1. to fall heavily to the ground
2. to fail through error or misfortune
[C20: from guts + -er1]
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Linzmeier W, Gutser R, Schmidhalter U (2001) Nitrous oxide emission from soil and from a nitrogen-15-labelled fertilizer with the new nitrification inhibitor 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate (DMPP).
Yet when Father Fernando breaks to her that she has to be transferred to the Sao Thomas orphanage since the Catholic mission of Sao Lucas has come a gutser in its endeavor to help her out of her inability to speak, Faith teeters on the brink of snapping: "...I didn't want to leave.
Sadly, this once great track doesn't provide much of a jumping test these days and you need to be pretty clumsy to come a gutser over these glorified hurdles.
Then I remembered how much faster you go if you do a "gutser".
Linzmeier W, Gutser R, Schmidhalter U (2001) Nitrous oxide emission from soil and from a nitrogen-15-1abelled fertilizer with the new nitrification inhibitor 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate (DMPP).
[34] PELES, F.; WAGNER, M.; VARGA, L.; HEIN, I.; RIECK, P.; GUTSER, K.; KERESZTURI, P.; KARDOS, G.; TURCSANYI, I.; BERI, B.; SZABO, A.