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scrag

Informal the neck of a human being
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The mean age among patients with serum cryptococcal antigen positive (SCRAG +) was 43.71 years as compared to 35.57% in cryptococcal antigen negative (SCRAG-) and this difference was statistically significant (p-0.046).
The second stage involved collecting a random suite of bedrock samples from elsewhere in the Scrag Lake pluton for comparison to samples collected close to the scarp.
Saddle of lamb, beautifully pink, with scrag end parcel, pea mousse, peas and shallots, and strong flavour contrast of sheep's milk and red dulse curd, had my friend in raptures.
One of her latest collections, Spread (Grenadine, Jamonera, Scrag End, Sideboard, Sweetbreads), was recently part of a group show at the Redux Contemporary Art Center in Charleston, South Carolina.
Patch, a eight-year-old corgi cross Ariel, Bengal cross kitten (1 of 3) Sophie, a four-year-old collie cross Lucy, one-year-old Netherland dwarf Minty, five-year-old female ferret Galaxy, one-year-old dwarf rabbit Larry, five-year-old Patterdale terrier Bounty, a Netherland dwarf cross Smokey, a two-year-old rabbit Molld, a one-year-old cat Scrag, 12-year-old cat Milky, six-year-old male cat Pumba, a collie Esme, a tortoiseshell kitten Arthur, an older crossbreed dog Pepper, a five-year-old Briard cross Sherbert, two-year-old cat Jo, a kitten
And with sharpening, slicing, chopping, grunting, slopping noises, cattle were turned into topside, rump, sirloin, best rib, chuck, shin, brisket, silverside, lambs into leg, loin, best end, neck, breast, shank end, chop, cutlet, scrag end, shoulder, and the pigs were turned from snuffling muddy pink porkers that had been fed every morning on swill boiled up in a copper into heads, feet, hind, loin, knuckle, fillet, belly, spare rib, blade bone.
And so the long, narrow, chair-like Scrag End (all works are 2010) positions a victim splayed across it, its upholstered shape curved and articulated so as to provide support at the buttocks and lower back and (of pertinence here) the neck, where a small ceramic insert both cradles the head so that the neck is invitingly bared and functions as a basin for collecting the precious fluid to be extracted.
The maple syrup used in the beer was sourced from Baker Farm in East Dummerston, VT--the family farm of our own John Baker--and Scrag Mountain Sugar House in Waitsfield, VT.
It is now well established that the "scrag" whales killed in early colonial days along the Atlantic coast were a population of gray whales, and that the sperm whales' huge head, filled with fine oil, is used in echolocation.
Pat Scrag, Department of the Army, Picatinny Arsenal, N.J.
Among the technology used in Indonesia are Zimmer, Reiter Scrag & Barmag from Europe, and Toyobo, Teijin Seiki & Murata (Japan).
Then out of nowhere came Tait with the latest of late stage entrances to scrag his man, hold the ball up and stop a cast-iron try.