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mangy

(mān′jē)
adj. mang·ier, mang·iest
Affected with, caused by, or resembling mange.

mang′i·ly adv.
mang′i·ness n.
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Released: December 18 (UK & Ireland) You can't teach an old dog new tricks, and dogs don't come much mangier than chauvinistic, selfabsorbed television newsman, Ron Burgundy.
The lord continues to press his hospitality treating Calogrenant to an evening meal and affirming his pleasure in providing lodging to an itinerant knight after he knows not how long a time: "After dining the vavasor told [him] / that he didn't know how long it had been / since he had given lodging to a knight errant / who was riding in search of adventure" (256- 60) ("Apres mangier itant me dist / li vavasors qu'il ne savoit / le terme puis que it avoit / herbergie chevalier errant / qui aventure alast querant" [256-60]).
The simplified equations for the axisymmetric flow of the air jet are reduced to the corresponding boundary layer equations for the plane flow past a flat plate by applying the Mangier transformation [21, 22].
He is involved in a row with United's biggest shareholder John Mangier over the racehorse Rock of Gibraltar, for which Fergie is claiming half the stud rights.
The narrator then explains that Arthur yearned for her so much that he "en fu tous pensis & en laissa son mangier" (Sommer 2:158) [lost himself in thought and stopped eating].
Vraiement je tiens que mieulx li souvendroit et plus luy aroit penetre en son appetit les choses nommees que la deffence faicte de non en mangier ..." (125).