britch

britch

vernacular for breech.

breech, britch

the buttocks of an animal; the backs of the thighs.

breech presentation
presentation of the buttocks of the fetus during parturition. See also presentation.
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Dr Britch is a Research Entomologist, USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology, Gainesville, FL.
In other news, Colwyn Bay architects Bowen Dann Knox became the latest acquisition for Norwich-based NPS Ltd, whose MD Mike Britch said: "This is a great acquisition and we are delighted to be working in Wales.
Anyamba A, Linthicum KJ, Small J, Britch SC, Pak E, de La Rocque S, et al.
Seth Britch, an entomologist at CMAVE and a captain in the U.
But Britch and Associates, architects for developer Panorama Living, says the building is unlikely to be redeveloped until the housing market recovers.
The authors thank the Exotic Garden Nursery for the use of their facilities and assistance, Seth Britch (USDA-ARS-CMAVE) for mapping of GIS coordinates, and Edward Jones (USDA-APHIS-PPQ-CPHST) for help analyzing the trap data.
JUST REWARD: The County Council's Tony Phillips, North Leamington assistant head Rick Brown, architect Dawn Spicer and NPS Group MD Mike Britch
WISH: Lynne Sedgwick with guide dog Amber, Daryl Vickers (left) and backer David Britch
Well, the space between the left britch and the right britch.
In describing Zeke's confusion and his reaction, Jones, who is noticeably amused by Zeke's miscue, writes: "Wall, Zeke see a 'spectable lookin old gentleman ride 'long, and didn't take no notice on him, but when the gay lookin Draggoon rid by, he slapped his gun on the britch, and presented arms at him.
It is thought the word bridge comes from Russian whist, called biritch, or britch thought to mean announcer or herald - bridge players announce contract bids based on their holdings - aces count four points, kings three, queens two and knaves one.