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guzzle

[′gəz·əl]
(meteorology)
In the Shetland Islands, an angry blast of wind, dry and parching.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Banking water via strategically placed watering holes or water guzzlers allows every whitetail hunter, regardless of acreage hunted, to gain control over whitetail hydration and attraction.
Thirdly, also to discourage gas guzzlers, there should also be an annual tax on the number of cylinders of vehicles.
Materials for such guzzlers cost from $7,500 to $12,000, depending on location.
I have an impression that nobody cares whose land archbishop Timotej is protecting so persistently --whether it is church, state or land under the protection of the United Nations or if he is defending us all from the cowardliness that we are not allowed to say--wait men of power, guzzlers, not everything in this country is yours.
Some, such as Atresmedia Television, Spain's second-biggest broadcast network, are movie guzzlers. On June 12, Atresmedia announced it will air all Warner Bros.
Summary: Oil rebounded in Asian trade Tuesday on bargain-hunting following an overnight decline, but analysts said economic worries in energy guzzlers US and China would continue to weigh on sentiment.
The only way for party guzzlers like me to use a patch to avoid that morning-after feeling is not to stick it on my arm but across my gob.
"Our claims data fell in line with other reports and market sources and did show that fuel-efficient vehicles tend to rise more quickly and reliably in value during periods of high prices than gas guzzlers, which fall in value," he added.
You will note there was no complaint from Republicans about creeping socialism with respect to the production of gas guzzlers. This is how "the private sector" operates in the home of capitalism.
They obviously spend all their hard earned pocket money on their flash, gas guzzlers and have nothing left to spare a few quid to buy a hands-free kit.
THE company car market is leading the charge towards greener vehicles on the UK's roads as a new survey reveals fleet drivers are steering away from the 'gas guzzlers' in favour of lower CO2 models.
Demand for the vehicles, including the Halewood-made Land Rover Freelander 2, has slumped thanks to high fuel prices and the global economic slowdown, as well as a growing environmental backlash against so-called "gas guzzlers" that has seen some hefty new green taxes on 4x4s introduced in several European countries.