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mullet

n. a hair style or cut that is short on the top and sides and long in the back. (The longer hair may also be uncombed.) I’m letting my hair grow out for a mullet.
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Lee Brimfield caught five flounders and added a mullet to finish a close second with 2.
It was quite an achievement for BBC Springwatch star Monty to fly with the heavy mullet struggling to get free from his claws.
ByTLyS (CyHAN)- Foreign and domestic tourist showed great interest to pearl mullets which migrated to fresh water in the eastern province of Van.
Soon Tennile and his friends were casting their hard-plastic plugs from waist deep water to key areas of jetty rocks where nervous schools of finger mullet indicated seatrout feeding just under the surface.
Overall winners win a Mullet Dinner for Two at "The Original Point Restaurant"
The whopper of a mullet was quickly weighed, photographed, and then returned to the water to fight another day.
They say, 'If you're ever tired, if you're ever thirsty just go to the mullet, drink from the 'Mullet of Life,"' the actor says.
But I did wonder if it would be like a mullet haircut - and rough around the edges.
When top brands like Wolf or Sub-Zero roll out new technology, Mullet is invited to their headquarters to review prototypes months in advance.
Officials are baffled as to what caused the fish, all mullet, to perish in the Afon Dysynni near Tywyn.
HAIR PLAY Gateshead FC players, from left, Josh Gillies, Nathan Fisher, Lewis Galpin; left, the lads dress up in a tribute to 80s footballers' mullet haircuts
Mullet said he will use the award money to purchase hardware for STCC's telecommunications wireless lab which supports LabVIEW software.
The defendants include an Amish bishop, 66-year-old Samuel Mullet Sr.
Which of the following is not a flatfish - brill, flounder, grey mullet, halibut?
Mullet has claimed that the attacks were intended to "send a message to Amish in Holmes County (Ohio) that they should be ashamed of themselves for the way they were treating" him, according to an Associated Press report.