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mutt

Slang
a mongrel dog; cur

Mutt

and Jeff hapless punters always looking for a quick buck. [Comics: Horn, 508–509]

Mutt

compulsive gambler who always loses. [Comics: Berger, 48]

Mutt

though usually thwarted in his schemes, he remains determined to triumph someday. [Comics: Berger, 48]
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That said, though few mutts have a minute's worth of training, many of them are quick studies that will pursue anything wearing fur or feathers.
The Vishva Hindu Parishad promotes him at its meetings as the Shankaracharya of Jyotir Mutt.
The Madras High Court earlier had issued notices against him following his appointment as the 293rd pontiff of the ancient mutt Madurai Aadheenam.
Many of the mutts were rescued from animal shelters.
Specifically, I shall examine the extent to which Grice's ideas and methods can be used as a framework for understanding the dialogue between Mutt and Jute in Finnegans Wake.
The vast majority of dogs in this country are of mixed breed - and owners get a kick out of learning the genetic makeup of their mutts," says Dr.
With no promising leader from the community in either the Congress or the Janata Parivar, the Lingayat Mutts decided to support Yeddyurappa, even though he was in the Opposition.
Marina Kennels provides a service to enable our poor frightened mutts a chance to come home.
It sounds like a shaggy dog story, but Susie Law claims the classes help immature mutts develop into responsible hounds.
Large mutts have the full 15-minute treatment for just @12.
These starry mutts get to live in the best homes and hang out at the most luxurious holiday locations and showbiz parties.
Instead of tramping the heather near his native Elgol, Martin pounds the streets of Manhattan with packs of manicured mutts.