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tup

1. Chiefly Brit an uncastrated male sheep; ram
2. the head of a pile-driver or steam hammer

TUP

(Telephone User Part) See SS7.
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One of our favourite older stock tups has been ill.
The Tup Tup Palace is advertised online with a picture of young men and women draped across each other in various states of undress.
The court heard McDougall, who is serving a life sentence for killing South Shields takeaway boss Tipu Sultan, made a false confession to the Tup Tup shooting after meeting Sayers while he was on remand in HMP Wakefield.
Shearling tup: 1 & 2 W Ramsay & Sons; 3 Colin McClymont, Cuil, Palnure.
Another of their tups fetched 1,100gns and a third for 950gns, giving them a sale average of PS757 for 15 yearling tups.
Members of the Sayers family were "given privileges not given to just anyone," with staff thinking it would "incur consequences" otherwise, aTup Tup Palacedoorman has said.
A blue-faced Leicester tup is enjoying 30 yows not good enough to put to the Swaledale tup to breed pedigree.
Second highest price, at 6,800gns, was for a tup from JP Owen ai Gwmni, Tai Pellaf, Gwytherin.
The 24-year-old security worker was injured outside Newcastle's Tup Tup Palace 12 months ago.