mutt


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mutt

Slang
a mongrel dog; cur

Mutt

and Jeff hapless punters always looking for a quick buck. [Comics: Horn, 508–509]

Mutt

compulsive gambler who always loses. [Comics: Berger, 48]

Mutt

though usually thwarted in his schemes, he remains determined to triumph someday. [Comics: Berger, 48]
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Meanwhile, junior pontiff Vijayendra Sarawati was elevated and given the charge of heading the Mutt.
That said, though few mutts have a minute's worth of training, many of them are quick studies that will pursue anything wearing fur or feathers.
The court found that after a gap of 165 years, Swami Brahmanand Saraswati was anointed as the Shankaracharya of Jyotir Mutt in 1941.
When Iain Dale, publisher of Damian McBride's incendiary memoirs, wrestled with Stuart the man last week for poking his nose into one of the author's TV appearances, I expected Stuart the mutt to gnash him into pedigree chum.
"DMK is not a mutt," was Alagiri's response when reporters approached him at the airport in Chennai to seek his reaction to Karunanidhi's statement that Stalin would succeed him.
However, he reportedly added that Nityananda was ready to quit as the head of the revered Mutt in Madurai.
Based (loosely) on a real life mutt, the topical references to 'Anton du Bark' as a dance competition judge are great fun, as is the canine equivalent to e-mail--p-mail, only accessible through the bottom of lamp-posts.
Somewhere between our home and downtown, Mutt and Jeff spotted her and like a couple of dogs--started to follow her.
Ursa and her husband Mutt are not doomed to repeat the past, but the future they create for themselves reflects, rather than transcends, the legacy of slavery's gendered violence.
If you happen to have both a) a dog and b) a collection of ratty T-shirts and socks taking up space in your dresser drawers, consider turning those rags into a comfy canine couch with Molly Mutt dog duvets ($20-$45).
"Mitzvah the Mutt" is an illustrated chapter book for children of all backgrounds and beliefs, ages 6-9.