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cut-throat

(of some games) played by three people
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Father and son duo Mike and Tom Ayton bagged 39 rainbows to 4lb on Cutthroat Cats, Dermot Speight and Mike Gadd took 37 to 4lb between them and Tim Grove and John Smith brought 35 out of the culvert on Cormorants and Buzzers.
LSB trainers - Michael, Jordan and Stell - displayed three haircuts demonstrating exceptional clipper, scissor and cutthroat work, as well as creativity - all of the elements the academy believes to be essential in today's male hairdresser and barber.
Hollyoaks beauty Jorgie Porter was on hand with the clippers and the cut throat razors, thankfully under the watchful eye of Pete Cranfield (AKA Cutthroat Pete).
Bearing in mind the bad way he treated Dean's mother Surly Shirley, Phil's taking a dangerous risk by sitting in his barber's chair and allowing the lad anywhere near him with a cutthroat razor.
The Turner organization, in collaboration with state and federal partners, has implemented an initiative to restore native cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki spp.
The team is named for Colorado's official state fish--the greenback cutthroat trout.
12 February 2013 - US telecommunications solutions provider Blackfoot Telecommunications Group said it had finalised the acquisition of Fremont Telcom Company and Fretel Communications LLC from FairPoint Communications Inc (NASDAQ:FRP), as well as the takeover of Cutthroat Communications Inc.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 12, 2013-Blackfoot wraps up takeovers of FairPoint units, Cutthroat Communications(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Since the late 1800s, most taxa of cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii) have experienced dramatic reductions in abundance and distribution, with the greenback cutthroat trout (O.
But sine opening his restaurant in Hamilton, he has become convinced the world of chefs is more cutthroat than big business.
The Colorado Greenback Cutthroat Trout is a beautiful fish that was once thought to have gone extinct but which has now made an impressive comeback and found in more than 50 streams and lakes along Colorado's Front Range country.
Since 1997, a catch-and-release-only restriction for cutthroat trout has been in effect in Northwest Zone waters north of the Salmon River.