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stale

horseman's term for the act of urination by a horse.
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Zoo animals get the best and freshest food, a change from times past, when animals got cast-off and stale food.
Many brewers attribute stale, cardboard flavor to trans-2-nonenal.
Stale cigarette smoke is another irritant, while almost a third of women, but only 8% of men, complained about the smell left by their children and vomit.
Stale tobacco also features prominently in the Top 5 of both men and women drivers.
By focusing on the development of the brain rather than culture and curriculum, progressives have squandered untold resources on unfruitful developmental research and theory, on stale positivism.
Yon will probably find leaders who range from the passionate and inspired change agents to those whose passion and soul are stale and who are just treading water and holding to the status quo.
The new development, honoring the community's Stale Senator, will consist of 74 affordable apartments in two buildings, five- and six-stories high, to be constructed on a vacant city-owned lot at 1652 Park Avenue and East 117th Street.
Hamburg Stale Opera House Hamburg, Germany June 22, 2003
This year's exhibition, striving for fresh commentary beyond new media's now stale novelty, is "more focused to appeal to the general public," Rhee says.
The slow fermentation of the dough produces a well-flavored and chewy loaf that as it matures assumes a rich and complex flavor that is slow to become stale.
By exhausting stale, unsafe air and delivering fresh, clean, outdoor air, FRESH-X-CHANGER maintains an adequate supply of fresh air while recovering 60 to 90% of the energy normally lost through ventilation exhaust.
Most air purifiers simply move stale room air through the unit, but PuriFresh draws in fresh air to increase oxygen levels and reduce carbon dioxide while safely sealing out irritants.