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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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On March 20, chairman of the Strategic Food Reserve, Noah Wekesa, said farmers would be reimbursed for buying gunny bags when receiving payment for the maize delivered.
He also informed that the application would be collect from April 8 to 17 for wheat procurement and gunny bags distribution process would start from April 21.
class="MsoNormalNCPB's acting boss Albin Sang revealed they were waiting for approval from the SFRF to buy the gunny bugs.
The next week, gunny informed his boots that they had two weeks to learn everything, to include shooting accurately, about the caliber .30 Model 1903 rifle.
A large number of wheat growers held the protest demonstration against the food officials, condemning the unfair distribution of gunny bags by them.
Farmers who want to sell their wheat to the food department will have to acquire gunny bags prior to selling their product to the government.
Now this was only the second time the Gunny and I had hunted together.
One at a time he takes the ducks out of his rucksack, and hands them to Gunny who lines them up in their supply closet, on top of the bleach containers.
Lee Ermey, USMC (Ret.)--known as "The Gunny"--has become the official celebrity spokesperson for TRU-SPEC's line of tactically inspired apparel.
The wheat growers have called upon the government to supply them gunny bags for storing the crop.
IN some shopping malls, they keep gunny bags near the pay counter with announcement to use them.
Gunny was a beautiful person inside and out and will be missed by many friends at SAC and Nordic Lodge, her friends at Park Danforth in Portland, ME and Ledgewood Manor in Windham, ME; and her longtime friends and neighbors of Northboro, MA.