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stinker

Informal any of several fulmars or related birds that feed on carrion
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Can't This notorious of stinkers I'm already missing Jed wafting by like a ghost in Ghost.
It's not long before the Stinkers are up to their old tricks.
Some of my players had stinkers and we were never at the races," said Bassett.
One of Gene Hackman's few real stinkers, this 1990 turkey sees him in his default 'tough cop' setting and partnered with Dan Aykroyd's bow tie-wearing, stuffed-shirt flatfoot who - and here's the hilarious twist - has a multiple-personality disorder.
And, no, she doesn't mean one of her ex Russell Brand's stinkers.
The seven-year-old is prone to running stinkers, but his record at Exeter is P124 - with the pulled-up being on unsuitable heavy ground.
Jim (Smith) has seen me have enough stinkers so it's nice for him to see me have a blinder for a change.
The nine-year-old has been an enigmatic character, and his mercurial talents have seen him run stinkers, but also run well enough to finish fifth in a Champion Hurdle.
Aside from the first two years as Chancellor, when he followed the Tories' economic guidelines, his short, medium and long-term decisions are turning out to be stinkers.