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tusky

(ˈtʌskɪ)
adj, tuskier or tuskiest
having tusks or tusk-like protrusions
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It makes no sense to nip into Tusky's supermarket with Sh180, yet you need to buy three packets of milk and a loaf of bread for Sh210.
Although it is not known how much the Ivy League-schooled economist owes his debtors, Garam Investments Auctioneers will sell his two five-story flats in Ongata behind Tusky's supermarket.
Kenneth Tighe of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History was able to identify the creature as an Aplatophis chauliodus, which is also known as a fangtooth snake-eel or tusky eel. 
The saber-toothed salmon that once swam in the region may have been less saber-toothed cat and more tusky warthog.
He is a big fan of the beetle bank, a raised strip of ploughed land sown with tusky grass that is "brilliant" for hibernating beetles and can be home to nearly 1,500 per square metre.
In East Africa, Nakumatt, Uchumi, and Tusky's have transformed the weekly shop from a tiresome multi-stop journey into a 'lifestyle experience.' So how might retailers in Africa climb aboard the mobile Internet shopping trolley?
T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 G(%) 0 16.44 17.77 12 11.11 15.22 12.33 14.88 T8 T9 T10 G(%) 18.11 13.44 8.88 Columns with the same letters are not different at 5% probability using Tusky test.
Interpretation of the concept of an average consumer itself has been provided in a number of cases heard by the ECJ (Gut Springenheide GmbH and Rudolf Tusky v Oberkreisdirector des Kreeises Steifurt-Amt fur Lebensmitteluberwachung, 1998; Lloyd Scuhfabrik Meyer & Co.
They are JOVIAL, LOTUS, BUSKET, SALUTE, SALLET, OBLAST, TUSKY and ASTABLE.
Regardless of method, quality of life assessment often focuses on the perceived well-being of the individual in physical, psychological, social and material areas (Cella & Tusky, 1993; Felce & Perry, 1996; Murphy & Williams, 1999; Padilla, Grant & Ferrell, 1992).