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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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When I started the mission I was expecting a handful of Mullets, which would have led to a few interesting holidays.
But because the mullets have developed a life of their own, they've taken over my ability to have normal holidays.
Throughout the rest of the year mullet are fished commercially for human consumption (particularly the west coast of Florida) and bait (Anderson, 1958).
General information on the biology of striped mullet has been well documented (Jacot, 1920; Anderson, 1958; Thomson, 1963, 1966; Chubb et al.
John Taylor - Everyone looked wilder in the Seventies and a mullet and beard will do the trick;
Mullets that don't fit into these existing categories are named spontaneously: the bowlet, feathermullet, minitruckmullet, midgiemullet, dreadmullet, vegasmullet, aussiemullet, moldedmullet, goldenfluffymullet - the list goes on.
After combing through an atlas, Simon has discovered only five places around the globe with mullet in their name.
Terry said: "We've had pony tails, long hair, short back and sides, mullets and curly styles like Kevin Keegan.
BAD BOY Neil Morrissey has claimed the mullet revival is down to him - and apologised.
breadcrumbs, olive and parsley together Season with salt Top mullet with
But how come Simon isn't visiting Scotland's very own Mullet of Kintyre?
Abstract--Fecundity in striped mullet (Mugil cephalus) from South Carolina correlated highly with length and weight, but not with age.
Abstract--Growth, recruitment, and abundance of young-of-the-year (YOY) striped mullet (Mugil cephalus L.
From the monolithic riff of Mountain's ``Mississippi Queen'' through Loverboy's ``Working for the Weekend,'' the Edgar Winter Group's ``Frankenstein'' to Argent's ``Hold Your Head Up,'' this two-disc sampler is a fine glance back at a time when unstyled long hair and bands like Deep Purple, Cheap Trick, Judas Priest and Lynyrd Skynyrd ruled Mullet High.