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tup

1. Chiefly Brit an uncastrated male sheep; ram
2. the head of a pile-driver or steam hammer

TUP

(Telephone User Part) See SS7.
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The scene after a suspected drive-by shooting at Tup Tup Palace in Newcastle city centre
Supt Storey said: "We work closely with the operators of Tup Tup.
Stephen Sayers has hit out at police who linked his family to the shooting at Tup Tup Palace in Newcastle, pictured right
Wraith started his career at Masters, which is now Tup Tup Palace, and is familiar with the door scene around that area.
Having decided which tups are suitable for breeding from the inspection, the question of semen testing arises.
His impromptu stop-off at the Tup Tup Palace came after the band's performance at One Big Weekend festival in Carlisle, where Lady Gaga was the headline act.
She is by the Plenderleith tup bought from Lanark and out of a Fingland ewe bought from Castle Douglas.
To ensure that ewes are not sent back to the tup, check their udders in advance of mating combination Claire Riddell
This bright-coloured ewe is by Mr Skidmore's stock tup Aygill Commander and out of a ewe by a Bull and Cave tup.
In May the Chronicle told how detectives probing the incident, which happened outside Tup Tup Palace, questioned three people.
A HOME-BRED shearling tup born and bred in Northumberland was named overall Breed Champion at this year's Great Yorkshire Show.