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gouge

 [gowj]
a hollow chisel for cutting and removing bone.

gouge

(gowj),
A strong, curved chisel used in operations on bone.

gouge

(gouj) a hollow chisel for cutting and removing bone.

gouge

(gowj)
A strong, curved chisel used in operations on bone.

gouge

a hollow chisel for cutting and removing bone. See also alexander gouge.
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Gouger is originally from Texas and came to Las Vegas in 2004.
Were excited about the increase in production revenues that will show on Texas Oil and Minerals next quarter balance sheet," added Gouger.
Tom Gouger, CEO of Texas Oil and Minerals, stated, "Our agreement marks our entry into building a sustainable portfolio of oil producing properties.
The Limited Information Status upgrade adds a buying security level, as well as confidence, for investors buying shares in BNPD or any company, for that matter," said Tom Gouger, CEO.
Consider why the term price gouger is emotionally loaded and misleading.
The biggest price gouger, however, is Andrews Hotel.
9 million commitment to CCTV safety solutions in the heart of Adelaide, which recently saw 21 additional cameras installed from Adelaide Oval to the Riverbank and Gouger Street restaurant precinct, as well as the expansion of monitoring capabilities to 24/7.
But I know the gougers walking around the place and you can't do anything because you can't put the manpower into it.
After Fran, Cleanup Starts; City Targets Price Gougers," Wilmington Morning Star, September 8, 1996.
The editor states that some people compare ticket scalpers to "payday loan sharks and gasoline gougers.
AtmosphErE: 4/5 WhilE the mostly middle-class, and slightly middle-aged, locals are a far cry from the usual band of gougers i gulp back Guinness and cheap cans of cider with on a weekend, it was so refreshing to walk into a bar without a single surly sour puss in sight.