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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The marble technique, a method for treating the hopeless gagger for complete denture.
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.
There was also a shock in the second heat where Silver Gagger recorded the fastest time of the round with a 30.
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.
Many folks think that if they throw out a salt block, gagger bucks will appear.
He extinguished his green gagger in a sand-filled coffee can, and stomped inside, his unlaced boots making about as much noise as Aunt Lucy does at the annual Cedar Rapids Clogging Championship.
But it was house rules, and this gagger buck wasn't even an option for our hunting crew
Next thing I knew, a gagger was heading for me on a beeline.
Doc took an angry puff on his green gagger, and we moved to the cabin's screened porch until the stench dissipated.