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garget

(gär′gĭt)
n.
Mastitis of domestic animals, especially cattle.

garget

An obsolete term for mastitis of sheep or cattle.

garget

1. mastitis.
2. phytolaccaamericana.
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The new security garget represents an optimal way to inform and alert the operations room of any attempts of theft or criminal assault on a house and enables the competent police teams to handle the incident as soon as possible after determining the location," said Al Marzouqi.
The last is especially the case with the Poke or Garget (Phytolacca decandra).
A STOKESLEY-born solicitor has returned to the region as part of changes at Hunton & Garget in Richmond.
He said 20 jawans of Railways and FC took action against miscreants who wanted to garget every passenger.
Those men who took part in Operation Chastise were flight lieutenant Francis Bill Garget, from Forest Hall, flight engineer Ivan Whittaker, of Walkerville, Fred Whitfield, of Horsley Hill in Northumberland and Newcastle lad David Cookson.
Among the British contingent was Flight Lieutenant Bill Garget of Forest Hall, Newcastle, Flight Sergeant Vivian Nicholson of Sherburn Village near Durham and Flight Engineer Ivan Whittaker of Walkerville, Newcastle.
The garget was the joint forces, he said and added the forces remained unhurt, but only the attacker was perished by blast.
Mirror Money reader Neil Garget, a 36-year-old steel fabricator, has just paid pounds 84 for an annual travel policy from Primary Direct, to cover himself, his wife Dawn, 35, and sons Adam, eight, Liam, six, and four-year-old Ben.