muck


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Laura said she was bowled over by the Scottish landscape during her journey to Muck.
Also, there was another pile of dog muck on my lawn that had not been cleared up which was probably just what drew the dog to that spot.
But David, 51, is angry: "We have reached the crazy point where muck is worth more than milk.
Along with Muck and Bretan, who argued the appeal during oral argument, the Fenwick team included partner Felix Lee and associate Marie Bafus.
Mostly, though, I love the regular features of Muck Boots: a soft top that doesn't chafe your skin; aggressive Vibram soles; and stretchy, flexible insulation that keeps your feet warm without making you feel like you're wearing buckets on your feet.
The amount of dog muck is getting worse with some lazy dog owners not picking it up and people should be fined for dumping their unwanted items and rubbish and the council should not be charging for removing household items.
This run of muck erupted through the transfer gate, burying one worker and hitting the other.
Although there was a protected area for workers at that location, to view the movement of muck and use the pendant, the two workers had to position themselves such that they were in front of and fully exposed to the transfer gate.
wade through seventy feet of muck to get my feet wet: no quick strip and
Zlata Muck collapsed during the broadcast of educational children's programme Školski Sat (School Hour) earlier this week.
At some point during the storm, water stood three feet deep in the living room, judging by a layer of silt and muck along the wall.
General Singh said such reports were indicative of how some people were keen to throw muck at the government and the army, and added that they needed to be taken to task.