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gaskin

(găs′kĭn)
n.
The part of the hind leg of a horse or related animal between the stifle and the hock.

gaskin

the muscular portion of the hindleg between the stifle and hock, corresponding to the human calf. The term is used in horses and sometimes dogs.
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The report states that police could not find any proof that Gaskin ever has been treated for cancer at any of the hospitals from which she claimed to have received chemotherapy or other treatment.
Prosecutor Diane Williams said Gaskin, who was already barred from the pub, was told to leave but in his anger picked up the stool and threw it.
British Transport Police officers then met the train on its arrival at Cardiff Central and 55-year-old Gaskin was arrested.
On being searched, Gaskin was found to be carrying a folding pocket knife.
Both Gaskin brothers gave evidence on their own behalf, stating that while they admitted beating their uncle, they never intended to kill him.
He had asked Gaskin what he was doing and was told it was none of his business.
Gaskin, 38, of Stocksbridge Lane, Bentley, Doncaster was jailed for 26 weeks.
The incident happened after Sergeant Reilly had gone to the cells in Holyhead to give Gaskin a message about his solicitor.
Gaskin says that any candidate looking to join the organization--be it a company or otherwise--should have a working knowledge of what they intend to do for the organization.
Hence, in the large and complicated third chapter Gaskin addresses McDowell's views about the relation between experience and judgment.
Richard Taylor, who was the senior vice president of Gaskin.