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foul

a recognized classification of markings in canaries; it refers to a pattern of white feathers among the flight feathers and otherwise dark plumage.
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This really is neo-Thatcherite politics at its foulest.
The handiwork of Ratko Mladic gave to the political lexicon the foulest euphemism since the Final Solution.
If last season was a twohorse procession for Newcastle and West Brom, it's become the Grand National this time with more horses falling every week than you'd ever see even on the foulest day at Becher's Brook.
I was therefore in the foulest mood traipsing round the shops - they're all so samey these days, no matter where you go.
I also recall being assaulted as I walked into the dining room by the rancid smell of 'home-made' crisps (apparently 100% grease, 0% potato) and finishing off whatever nutrition-free fare was on the menu that day with the foulest dessert known to primary school kids: frogspawn (aka tapioca).
Chris Yates, a UK-based aviation analyst, said that modern aircraft are built to withstand all but the foulest weather conditions.
It was the foulest thing I ever drank," Seifert added.
Police have to take the foulest language from the thugs they need to tackle and the use of the Taser is absolutely necessary to control the low-life they have to deal with.
While urban areas such as Los Angeles and New York were at greatest risk, the air was the foulest in rural counties in Mississippi and Kentucky.
com where you can view an array of some of the finest and foulest food, and judge for yourself with a ranking system that goes from yum to yuk, but be warned, the comtent of this website could make you very hungry.
He added: "It is covered by the same ultra- tough PVC-coated material as the original Airesheltas, which have proved themselves worldwide time and time again in the foulest weather imaginable.
There's no question that the United States is facing a dangerous foe that uses the foulest of methods.