wurzel

wurzel

(ˈwɜːzəl)
n
(Plants) a shortened form of mangelwurzel
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Joker Jake is accused of allowing his dog Willy Wurzel to be out of control in a public place.
Ian Harris Radford Coventry Don't miss Sunjay's folk and blues gig THE Wurzel Bush Folk Club has had to postpone the appearance of Hadrian's Union until November 28 as their bass player is in hospital for an operation.
It's a bit prickly when I kiss him"Declan Donnelly, of TV's Ant and Dec, on his partner Anthony McPartlin, who has grown a beard "You want a charismatic leader and to me he's more like Wurzel Gummidge" A Labour-supporting woman's response when questioned by a pollster about Jeremy Corbyn "I was surprised when John Major warned recently that leaving the EU would be playing Russian roulette with the economic future of the UK.
Contractor name : MARTIN WURZEL BAUGESELLSCHAFT MBH
Mike Chapman agreed and added: "Lots of Wurzel accents appearing now - no clue of a real Cornish accent.
Wurzel Pete Budd said:"Farming is a great way of life, but working long hours with huge machinery means you've got to keep your wits about you to stay safe, oh arr.
Well, Old Walter would have said something along the lines of "Arggghhh, Dan lad, me ole pal me ole beauty, 'bout time we 'ad another royal on the land, just in time for mangel wurzel planting 'e be.
THREE magical days in Somerset and not a glimpse of a Wurzel, the 1970s bumpkins who tasted chart success with Combine Harvester and I Am A Cider Drinker.
Wurzel teaches comparative European politics at the University of Hull.
Steffen Wurzel of Germany won in the radio award for his report Refugees, facilitators and fences' broadcast by SWR, a German media company.
Wurzel said the problems were particularly acute in Brazil, Chile and Mexico.
Max Wurzel of Sherman Oaks once sat out a long coup in Niger, nearly lost an arm in Peru and passed kidney stones in the Sahara Desert.