glutz

glutz

(gləts)
n. a slut; a woman of low morals. I didn’t say she is a glutz!
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Females had shorter and thinner bills, and shorter necks (Madge and Burn 1988, Ogilvie and Young 1998); males swam behind broods (Bauer and Glutz von Blotzheim 1968, Rutschke 1997).
We see insulated bonding wire as a strong enabler for these trends and are delighted to work with Microbonds to align our technologies for the benefit of our mutual customers," said Peter Glutz, President & CEO of SPT Group.
Additionally tall vegetation provides concealment of their nests in Phragmites australis tussocks or Elytrigia atherica (Bauer and Glutz von Blotzheim 1966).
They all got out of the car--Linda Kasabian, Tex Watson, Sadie Glutz and Katie Krenwinkel.
Sanders never lets the reader forget that this is a true horror film; when he describes Susan Atkins, aka Sadie Glutz, killing Sharon Tate, it sounds like The Fearless Vampire Killers itself: "The little acidassin vampire licked blood from her own fingers" (289).
For example, most gulls are known to be opportunistic feeders consuming a wide variety of foods, including eggs, nestlings, and adult birds of other species (Burger and Gochfeld 1996, Glutz von Blotzheim 1999), potentially increasing the cost of nesting in a gull colony.
The Common Blackbird, Turdus merula Linnaeus 1758, is widespread throughout Europe (Ferianc 1979, Glutz von Blotzheim and Bauer 1988).