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see smutsmut,
name for an order of parasitic fungi (Ustilaginales) and the various diseases of plants caused by them. Smuts produce sootlike masses of spores on the host. The spore masses may break up into a dustlike powder readily scattered by wind (loose smuts) or remain more or less
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bunt

[bənt]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of wheat caused by two Tilletia species and characterized by grain replacement with fishy-smelling smut spores.

bunt

bunt
i. An outside loop in which the aircraft remains on the outside throughout the maneuver. The outside loop or bunt is carried out with the application of negative g instead of positive g, as in the case of a normal loop. It is generally a prohibited maneuver except for those involved in aerobatic competitions and special displays.
ii. A maneuver involving a negative g pushover, especially in an air-to-ground attack or leveling out after a zoom climb.
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Leading the overseas delegation will be Shankar Shetty, president of Bunts Mumbai, and leading industrialist Jayaram Shetty, also from Mumbai.
The Bunts were the local landholding nobility, which explains their deep pockets and refined tastes.
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Krishnananda HegdeEoe1/4aos narrative takes the reader back to an era when the Bunts were struggling to come out of the medieval mindset and set foot on the threshold of modernity.
Keep the bunt as a possibility in virtually every situation.
During one stretch late last May, Sanchez had more bunt hits at home in one week (six) than he had for the season on the road (five).
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Award teams one point for the bunts that stay in the areas indicated in Diag 2.
Youngsters watching major league ballgames on TV and never seeing a power hitter try to drag-bunt for a hit can't be blamed for thinking that "good hitters" are not supposed to bunt.
For example, a player can be given eight attempts to lay down his two good bunts and then get in his practice swings.