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hoosh

(huːʃ)
vb
to shoo, drive away, or turn out (an animal)to move quickly
n
(Cookery) slang a thick stew or soup
interj
an exclamation used when shooing or driving animals and, in particular, when ordering camels to sit down
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Pervoskia abrotanoides is commonly known as hoosh, domou, brazambol and gevereh [1-4].
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The Brett Johnson-trained six-year-old did not go unbacked by owners Tom Dempsey, Michael Fitzpatrick and Hoosh Nash.
There is a modern twist on the hoosh - while Shackleton made it with penguin, the 21st century version will use goose.
You are no son of mine, but a ghoul, a hoosh, a demon up from hell' (pp.
California State Poly University-Pomona (Upsilon Lambda) 15 June 2002: Hoosh N.
Each meal consisted of a hoosh of seal meat, "to which we added our biscuit per diem for each of us.
He breathed hoosh hash hoosh hash as a carpenter's saw.
lt;B Simon Weston and Alan Brayley of AB Glass at this year's Swansea Bay Business Awards HOOSH