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stinker

Informal any of several fulmars or related birds that feed on carrion
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Wilson and his Stinkers counterpart, Sylmar-based freelance writer Mike Lancaster, could be to the movie business what Simon Cowell is to aspiring pop stars and Mr.
Carey is up for worst actress and song, Loverboy, from her romantic flop Glitter in the Stinkers.
Let's hope his stinker came at Exeter last time, when he went right-handed like a drunk with sore feet against Best Mate.
That said, he has plenty going for him, having course form figures of 121, while he ran a similar stinker first time last year before winning next time.
The winger, who scored the vital opening goal, said: "The boss (Mark McGhee) said I had a stinker and that is fair enough.
No amount of Padilla's deception can make this stinker of a deal smell sweet.
But Petrova still throws in the odd stinker of a match, while Kim Clijsters showed when winning in Hasselt last week that it is possible to win on your comeback, something Mauresmo could take heart from this week on her return from a shoulder injury.
It was just one game and even if I'd had a stinker, I told myself it was only one game.
The match itself was a stinker, devoid of any riveting drama as a couple of guys called Brad Maynard and Kyle Richardson got more TV exposure than Ray Lewis as they combined for a Super Bowl record 21 punts.
VERDICT Book Of Music ran a stinker last time, but he wouldn't be the first horse not to handle the tight turns at Chester, and I think his earlier form, which includes a staying-on second behind Dansili Dancer at Sandown, entitles him to close consideration in this race.
The most scathing review was in the New York Post, which slammed it as "a movie so pathetically lame even her most ardent young fans will give this stinker a big thumbs down".
Heavily backed throughout the day, the six-year-old started 13-8 and duly ran a stinker.