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bung

a stopper, esp of cork or rubber, for a cask, piece of laboratory glassware, etc.

Bung

experiences modified and extreme levels of want. [Br. Lit.: Sketches by Boz]
See: Poverty
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The standard bung fits most bungholes, while an optional bung with lock fingers can provide even more stability.
While rich Tory shires are getting a PS300 million bung, we're being asked to make the biggest cuts in local government history.
Five bodies are still kept in Bung Tomo navy ship," Air Vice Marshall Sunarbowo Sandi told a press conference at the command post center of AirAsia plane victims operated here on Wednesday.
Overtighten a bung and you're likely to crack and split the rubber.
HARRY Redknapp said he was "sick and tired" of bung slurs and claimed he was victimised because of his Cockney accent, a court heard yesterday.
How can it be a bung when the chairman of the football club paid me?
51mm) bung of standard 55-gallon steel drums and then clamped to the drum's lip, providing easy, economical and efficient mixing of solutions.
The closed-system design combines into one integrated unit a recyclable bung closure and dip-tube with a reusable quick disconnect coupler, ensuring that both sides are sealed from point-of-origin to point-of-use.
Kuala Lumpur, May 20 (ANI): Kinabatangan member of parliament Bung Mokhtar Radin was sentenced to a month's jail by the Gombak Timur Syariah Lower Court yesterday for committing polygamy without the court's consent.
PINI ZAHAVI declared last night: "I have never taken a bung.
CATCHING my eye on the Sonu Baits press day at Woodland View last week were the Preston Innovations pull bung top kits.
ENGLISH Premiership chiefs have been urged to order clubs to boycott the eight agents who have refused to co-operate with Lord Stevens' bung inquiry.