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gullet

1. a less formal name for the oesophagus
2. the throat or pharynx

gullet

[′gəl·ət]
(anatomy)
(invertebrate zoology)
A canal between the cytostome and reservoir that functions in food intake in ciliates.

gullet

The concave space between saw teeth.
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Hurlers who started Game 1 of the Fall Classic with different teams include Rube Marquard (Giants, Dodgers), Paul Derringer (Cardinals, Reds), Don Gullets (Reds, Yankees), Don Sutton (Dodgers, Brewers), Jack Morris (Tigers, Twins, Blue Jays), Curt Schilling (Phillies, D'backs) and Cliff Lee (Phillies, Rangers).
To produce this luxury item, metal tubes are forced down the birds' gullets and they are force fed three times a day to fatten and enlarge their livers.
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But I have to say when we look at the scandal of bank charges which are crippling tens of thousands, this sticks in people's gullets.
Many singer-songwriters sound so damn whiny and anemic, you just want to cram roast beef sandwiches down their gullets.
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