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stud

Sexology
A slang term for a man who:
(1) Has a reputation for skills as a lover;
(2) Has a large penis;
(3) Has or has had, or is perceived to have had, multiple sex partners.

stud

1. purebred.
2. a place, usually a farm, at which purebred animals are maintained and reproduced.

stud animal
an animal registered in a stud book.
stud book
the register in which the names and parentage of all of the animals that constitute the breed are kept.
stud breeder
person conducting a business of a stud herd, flock, kennel, cattery etc.
stud crud
double stud
term used in the sheep industry; said of the best lines of rams.
stud farm
a farm maintained for the purpose of breeding more stud animals.
stud herd
a herd composed of purebred animals and used for producing more purebred animals.
stud tail
hyperplasia of the sebaceous glands of the dorsum of the tail in sexually active male cats complicated by inflammation and orthokeratotic hyperkeratosis.
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In her job at Dunraven Stud, where she also lives, Jess is involved in the entire breeding process from getting the mare into foal, monitoring pregnant mares at night via CCTV cameras to check when they go into labour and assisting with the birth.
Oregon's Department of Transportation (ODOT) reports similar road maintenance costs, spending approximately $11 million each year patching up roads and bridges damaged by studs.
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Standing a stallion is something I wouldn't say no to but it would have to be the right horse, one that could take the stud in the right direction.
Next, fit the frame to the studs, ensuring it is level.
He is the business development manager at J V Murcott & Sons whose plant at Lichfield Road Industrial Estate, Tamworth, made the studs for the English team.
There's now very little cushioning between the studs and your feet,'' saidMatthew White,aconsultant with Generics Group.
Now we can mark our layout (where the studs go) on the top and bottom plate.
Studs, a man whose whole life has been built around deep appreciation for the human voice in all its manifestations, including theater, opera, jazz, gospel, folk song, but especially conversation, reveals his very great difficulties with technology - telephone calls that offer a menu of button-pushing but no live human voice, airport transit coaches with electronic "voices" that speak, carrying human passengers that won't.
If capped studs from all 14 rings did this simultaneously, an electric circuit would be completed and the operator, wearing a headset, would hear a click.
Studs--Though many variations are available, studs fall into three main types.