shart


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shart

 (shärt)
intr.v. shart·ed, shart·ing, sharts Vulgar Slang
To defecate slightly while passing intestinal gas.


shart n.
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Shart - a useful juvenile maiden for John Gosden in 1997 - and College Choir, who showed modest form for Gary Moore early last season, completed an excellent day for the ex-British horses when also winning on the card.
We shart the proof by calculating the trade union's expected utility if it punishes for [Tau]([Alpha], [[Beta].
A good place to start is with Caldecott Medal-winning illustrators Gerald McDermott and Trina Shart Hyman.
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When Marshall Field III decided to shart a pro-Roosevelt newspaper in Chicago, he tried to gain access to the Associated Press wire service.
In one, a skewed optometrist's shart is slipping off the bottom edge, where it can no longer test the eye.
Tenders are invited for Perambur-Provision Of Elimination Of Deficiencies In Shart Fall In Water Taps.
Ibn Taymiyya gives us very little information on the Traqi Shafi'is, saying only that for them the Pact specifies actions not to commit (al-murad shart tarkihi) and does not specify acts that, when committed, violate the Pact.
This issue is known in classical jurisprudence as hibah bi thawab (a gift with expected compensation), according to the Maliki School, or hibah bi shart al-'iwad (a gift with stipulated counter-value), according to the Shafi'i and Hanbali Schools (Al-Jaziri, 2003).
ISLAMABAD, August 11, 2009 (Frontier Star): Indian High Commission in Pakistan, Shart Sabarwal has said that economic freedom is pre-requisite for socio economic development and progress of the South Asia.
But those belonging to the second category too, we are told, can become necessary "provided all impediments present are removed and potential obstruction prevented" (bi shart daf ' al-mawani' wa imatat al-'awarid).