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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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It cannot be ruled out that color transfer of a dye would occur as a result of soluble transfer from one surface to another--this process requires time and heat in significant quantities, neither of which are likely to occur in the space of the ten seconds required to accomplish the crock meter test.
There are many, many unique churns and innovative ways to keep butter cool before it was packaged for the local retail customers in crocks or packed in wooden butter carriers for shipment.
Every racecourse has a unique atmosphere," explains Wyn, as he gives his reasons for loving the Crock of Gold so much.
Then he looked up just in time to see the last of Chung's foot as it disappeared into the crock of water.
In 2009 the Shedd's Country Crock business recorded sales of approximately USD50m.
Unilever will retain, however, Shedd's Country Crock trademark and its flagship spreads product offering.
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.
Third prize: Lakeland compost crock apple; Gardening & Planting by the Moon by Nick Kollerstrom, pounds 8.
Kevin Crock scored the goals, his first after 27 minutes with McKenzie and Lloyd Toghill providing assists.
Armed guards are stationed at the entrances around the crock.
That's a crock,'' said Dan Fouts, the former Chargers quarterback who knows a crock when he sees it, having witnessed the Holy Roller in 1978, when Ken Stabler -- about to be sacked on the final play -- fumbled the ball forward to Pete Banaszak, who knocked it forward to Dave Casper, who knocked it forward into the end zone where he fell on it to give the Raiders a 21-20victory.