gagger


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gagger

[′gag·ər]
(metallurgy)
An irregular-shaped piece of metal used in a sand mold to reinforce and support a metal casting.
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Excessive and chronic smoking has been seen as a typical factor in some gaggers. Gastric disorders, for example, peptic ulceration and diaphragmatic hernia have additionally been accounted for as causative variables.11
The marble technique, a method for treating the hopeless gagger for complete denture.
However, I proceeded to spend many hours trying to locate a gagger mule deer with no success.
The marbile technique: A method for treating the "hopeless gagger" for complete dentures.
Western guides usually have to stress caution to first-time mulie hunters from the East because a three-year-old mule deer is as big as a gagger whitetail and frequently causes trigger fingers to twitch uncontrollably.
The single most exciting time to hunt a bedding area, and perhaps the best time to anchor a gagger buck in one, is during the rut.
The marble technique: a method for treating the 'hopeless gagger' for complete dentures.
There was also a shock in the second heat where Silver Gagger recorded the fastest time of the round with a 30.41sec return.
MASSEY FERGUSON'S Derek Camwell completed the Watford half-marathon on 2-01-01, while clubmates John Aylmer (1-30-00) and Dave Phillips (1- 43-00) took on the Stourbridge Gagger 10-mile multi-terrain race over a tough and muddy course.
Together they produce arrows speeds of up to 355 fps, which means that if you misjudge the distance on a gagger muley by 10 yards, you'll be just fine.
He took a chuff on that green gagger, and I hoped the colossal cloud of smoke wouldn't be seen by a passing pilot and reported as a forest fire.