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lug

(ləg)
n. a stupid male. (Possibly akin to the sense of “pull” = one who pulls or drags something as a laborer.) Is this lug bothering you, lady?
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Oliver, who could hardly stand, made a shift to raise himself on his feet, and was at once lugged along the streets by the jacket-collar, at a rapid pace.
Now a procession of ants appeared, from nowhere in par- ticular, and went about their labors; one struggled man- fully by with a dead spider five times as big as itself in its arms, and lugged it straight up a tree-trunk.
Like an impatient fool, I lugged over the lever, and incontinently the thing went reeling over, and I was flung headlong through the air.
Lugged femoral implants were introduced at our institution in 2000.
Kliklok's patented "pop-up lug" technology fires lugs only when a carton is present, providing the benefits of lugged carton control and random infeed timing, and allowing a broad carton size range.
Its patented "popup lug" technology fires lugs only when a carton is present, providing the benefits of lugged carton control and random infeed timing, allowing a broad carton size range.