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barking spider

and trumpet spider
n. the imaginary source of the sound of an audible release of intestinal gas. (With reference to the image of a anus.) Heidi, do you know anything about the trumpet spider I keep hearing? Although Dr. Waddlington-Stowe had never heard “barking spider” with reference to the affected part, he caught the connection immediately.
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Mark, 48, of Linthwaite, was the man behind The Barking Spider in Huddersfield town centre.
Wellington A could have gone level on points with Dalton with a win, however they not only lost being beaten 4-1 by Barking Spider, but Dalton had the better of the head-to-head result count with Wellington A.
Rose and Crown beat Division II side Barking Spider 5-2.
Dalton beat Barking Spider 4-2 - but it was a hard-fought success after scored had been level at the break.
Woolpack beat Barking Spider 6-0 with Dan Ginty getting a hat trick to go alongside goals from Sam Buck, Doran Jordan and Dean Arnold.
Field Head rose a place to fifth after beating Barking Spider 4-2 at Royds Hall.
Barking Spider jumped a place to fifth following a 5-2 win over Wellington B.
Mid-table Barking Spider beat Club Kirkheaton 2-0 at Leeds Road Playing Fields to open up a five-point lead over their opponents.
They beat Barking Spider 2-1, with Gareis and Dyas scoring for Escorpians.
Meltham Victoria Park stay hard on Inter's heels with a 7-2 success over Barking Spider.
Second place Dalton drew 2-2 with mid-table Barking Spider, with Jamie Hartley scoring both goals for Dalton.
Wellington A comfortably beat Woolpack 7-1 with goals from Anthony Haigh (3), Eddy Hamlet (2), Gary Bradley, with a penalty, and Dom Harris, and Wellington B won 4-3 against Barking Spider to record their first win of season.
Barking Spider had a 3-2 win over Woolpack Spider were 2-0 before Woolpack - with only 11 players to choose from - even started to get into any sort of rhythm.
A similar chain of events led to the creation of Sunderland-based Stu and Craig's teenage band, most often named Barking Spiders.
Team Silver Star is third at 6-3 followed by Barking Spiders at 5-4.