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crock

Medspeak
A hospitalised complainer; hypochondriac.

Vox populi
Erroneous information; bull.

crock

cull ewe; called also crone.
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Every racecourse has a unique atmosphere," explains Wyn, as he gives his reasons for loving the Crock of Gold so much.
That beats Land O'Lakes Light Whipped Butter or Balade Light Butter (3 grams of sat fat), Country Crock Spreadable Butter with Canola Oil or Olivio Spreadable Butter with Canola & Olive Oil (3.
The 24-year-old dispatch worker at the Ty e Nant water company, has enjoyed a stunning start to the season, winning one Crock of Gold stage and coming second in another.
uk); Third prize: Lakeland compost crock apple; Organic Gardening by Geoff Hamilton, pounds 16.
Wallis hit a low shot and when Wesson parried it was Crock, who was on hand to score.
When crock testing was performed on samples that were immersed in 38 [degrees]C water for 48 hours (table 4), an interesting phenomenon was observed.
Once in a while I add some water to keep the crock sealed.
Then, you could add these about halfway through crock pot cooking, in stews, etc.
99 for a 750 ml crock (a 375 ml crock is also available).
Krockus Crock is a nonsensical poem based on a caveman-cartoon character, the fake Latin name of a San Jose tourist attraction, and a type of gibberish that means nothing specific, yet makes "sense" because of its syllabic repetition and echoing sound.
Country Crock celebrates the holiday season with new documentary-style video and invites families nationwide to share their baking stories online
A fantastic gift idea would be putting a family picture on a water crock as a gift to the grandparents, or a wedding picture and given to the new couple, or a baby's picture and given to the parents to celebrate the child's first Christmas.