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pout

1. short for horned pout, eelpout
2. any of various gadoid food fishes, esp the bib (also called whiting pout)
3. any of certain other stout-bodied fishes
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Dangote Cement Plant Pout has numerous economic opportunities for the region, as well as the numerous jobs and economic fallouts for the locality and for the country.
On Saturday, Pout Pond volunteers and staff, including the park's former swimming director, Tammy Daniels, who returned to take on the role again, signed children up for two eight-day sessions of lessons running between today and Aug.
uk) VERDICT:Knock 'em dead with a power pout in this pillar box red lipstick.
Soyoubetter watch out, You better not cry, You better not pout, I'm telling you why Santa Claus is comin' to town, Santa Claus is comin' to town, Santa Claus is comin' to town.
com/) six weeks ago, demand for pout fillets have been such a hit with shoppers that it has achieved 50 per cent of sales of cod fillets - the UK's most popular white fish.
Chrysallis will provide Pout with the financial and operational resources to extend the company's reach to an even greater number of customers and new product categories.
Following the transaction, Chrysallis, a portfolio company of Catterton Partners, will manage the operations of Pout, including product development, manufacturing, distribution, and marketing communications.
It seems the pout protein can lower the temperature at which ice crystals form, meaning less cream or fat is needed in the final product.
If guys come in here and they're going to pout because they think they should be at a higher level, then we're going to get them out of here and find someone else.
I'd rather save my pouts for the one that really catches my eye, then turn away disinterested, and start the game.
Full of moisture to keep your pout on pout on point.
Meanwhile, daughter Harper, two, put on a pout as she was carried in by David.