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gunny

Chiefly US
1. a coarse hard-wearing fabric usually made from jute and used for sacks, etc.
2. a sack made from this fabric

gunny

[′gən·ē]
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As a result, Gunny and I spent most of the morning laughing and telling stories until around 10 a.
Shehbaz Sharif checked the register of distribution of gunny bags at the center and issued on-spot instructions for the redressal of problems of farmers.
Gunny is a few rounds ahead of him, all set to go on the break-up with Celia and the barring order and how he never sees his kids.
Aqa Muhammad, 60, was abducted by unidentified gunmen from the Sya Gard area 15 days ago and his dead body was found packed in a gunny sack Saturday evening, police spokesman, Sher Jan Durani, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
People will automatically either bring their own bags or start using gunny bags.
With the governor and the Legislature horribly split on education, it's like flying an airplane with a gunny sack over your head; you see through the holes in the webbing and only have a vague idea of where you're heading.
Mehdi, Rashid Rabbani and others, said as the next general elections were coming closer unidentified people had started blocking gutters by stuffing gunny bags to bring bad name to the government.
Each company gunny I served with had his own mystery oil.
At Haidar Shah centre, AFC Rana Mohammad Ashraf informed DG social welfare that so far 59,110 gunny bags had been distributed among farmers and exactly 26,164 bags of wheat procured.
I KHAN -- The district Food Department has started wheat procurement drive and set target to achieve 200,000 gunny bags across the district.
KARACHI -- Once used for dumping dead bodies in Karachi, the Sindh Chief Minister and his minister of local government have disclosed that gunny bags have now been used to chock the sewerage lines, which has resulted overflowing of filthy water on main thoroughfares of the city.