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gunk

(gəŋk)
1. n. any nasty, messy stuff. Get this gunk up off the floor before it dries.
2. n. glue sniffed as a drug. (Drugs.) I thought that it was illegal to sell gunk.
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All marketing components will reinforce last year's successful Shell Nitrogen Enriched Gasolines campaign and communicate the benefits of the patented Shell Nitrogen Enriched Cleaning System, which acts as a protective shield against the build-up of performance robbing gunk.
Whether you are fascinated by the splats like Hostetler or hate them like most people, you cannot escape the gunk, no matter where you live.
Prestone, the maker of Bug Wash(R) windshield washer fluid, has partnered with Hostetler to educate people about splats on their windshield and the best way to remove the gunk left behind.
But Dannii quickly scrubbed up after getting covered in gunk during the kids' awards show; WIREIMAGE.
GRIN AND WEAR IT: Doorman Damien Gallaghan steels himself (left) as Tony Rodgers and Sarah Rose prepare to pour the gunk (above)
If buried in sediments and subjected to heat and pressure for millions of years, this solidified tree gunk can harden even further and eventually become an organic gem that's light enough to float on salt water.
It's summer travel season again -- and along with fun comes bug gunk on your car.
When that happens, the gunk can cut or weaken the seals, causing hydraulic leaks.
New molecule designed to seek and destroy engine gunk in both conventional and modern engines
How on earth would this unappetising green gunk ever keep me going until dinner?
While the participants volunteered for the game, some had second thoughts once they were faced with how to remove the gunk and cotton fiber combination from their faces.
The tadpole swallows the cords along with whatever nourishing gunk they've picked up.
ROBIN WILLIAMS gets the chance to indulge in some movie mayhem as he plays a nutty professor who comes up with revolutionary gunk.
It produced a tingling sensation but, come peel-off, there wasn't much gunk.
As the lockpin goes up and down, that gunk gets pulled inside the mechanism.