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gunny

Chiefly US
1. a coarse hard-wearing fabric usually made from jute and used for sacks, etc.
2. a sack made from this fabric

gunny

[′gən·ē]
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We pulled out of my drive and Gunny started telling stories.
Lee Ermey, titled " Russian to Conclusions ," The Gunny is joined by Theresa to talk about famous female snipers, some of whom were members of the Soviet Red Army in World War II.
He said that the distribution of gunny bags through the ruling party PML (N) MNAs and MPAs is going on unabatedly leaving the majority of the farmers high and dry as their wheat will be at mercy of middle man and the mill owners who will buy the produce at price fixed by them unilaterally.
Aqa Muhammad, 60, was abducted by unidentified gunmen from the Sya Gard area 15 days ago and his dead body was found packed in a gunny sack Saturday evening, police spokesman, Sher Jan Durani, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
Figures 3 and 4 show that seeds stored in airtight containers had higher vigour and viability than those stored in gunny bags and hung above the fireplace.
People will automatically either bring their own bags or start using gunny bags.
But five policemen managed to capture it in a gunny sack and later transfer it to a metal cage.
In December 1999 the Surgeon General reported that nearly one in five Americans needs mental health services, but two-thirds of those people never seek professional assistance," said Gunny Cho, CEO of here2listen.
Tenders are invited for Regarding Purchase of Gunny Bags 50 Kg.
SARGODHA -- The farmers in tehsil Sahiwal on Thursday claimed that food centers of the area had stopped issuing gunny bags (bardana) to them for purchasing wheat.