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snot

(snŏt)
n.
Nasal mucus; phlegm.
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"Look," I said to The Girl, as we trawled through the Museum of Nottingham Life, "there was a King Snot here in the ninth century." I couldn't help but snigger.
I've forgotten now what the formal name of the salary table was, but everybody called it by its Spanish acronym, SNOTS, which as the years rolled by began to seem appropriate in more ways than one.
The current NHS-busting dose of the snots was supposedly brought into the country by fans travelling here for the Rugby World Cup.