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spavin

(spā'vin),
Chronic disorder involving the tarsus (i.e., hock) of the horse.
See also: bog spavin, bone spavin, blood spavin.
Synonym(s): jack spavin, jack
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After a quick breakfast, I drop Jack off at his school then it's off to the office.
Is it a conspiracy too far to think that, as a Labour loyalist, Sir Alex was merely pulling off a media stunt for his mate Alastair Campbell to get Jack off the hook?
'They take it so seriously I do wonder what would happen if ever I decided to kill Jack off, so I am always careful not to give out my address.
This cues a long-distance cat-and-mouse chase, as armed attackers driving everything from motorcycles to 18-wheelers try to force Jack off the road.
Now, whenever it rains, or there's thunder and lightning, or it snows, I have to jack off." This is very funny - satire, the ubermovie whines - but the really funny thing is, the sex scenes are, mirabile dictu, actually sexy.
Former English Premier League ref Dermot Gallagher insists Collum had to send Jack off. He said: "It was a great spot by the referee.
But even when the ball was newest it moved little through the air, and the wind that often threatened to rip the half-mast Union Jack off its flagpole made life unpleasant for the seven bowlers.
But Randerson won the next two ends and then managed to throw the jack off, which let Barker back in.
Also this week, as the Falklands War unfolds on the TV and Spandau Ballet rule the airwaves, the friends try to wean Jack off heroin.
He called on Australia to follow Canada's lead in "scraping" the Union Jack off their national flag in 1965.
We couldn't get Jack off the tube slide, and Simon loved the big drop slide - all 25ft of it.
His best Racing Post Rating over hurdles came over today's course and distance in January, when he finished second to stablemate Good Thyne Jack off an official mark of 85, earning an RPR of 103.