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scrag

(skræg)
1. n. the neck. (Underworld.) The cop grabbed him by the scrag and pushed him along to the squad car.
2. tv. to kill someone or something. (Originally underworld to strangle.) The gang decided that somebody was going to have to scrag the witness.
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A Scrag, or neck end of lamb as it is also known, is a fatty cut, hence the cheap price, so it is best treated to long, slow cooking such as a stew or casserole where the fat and tough tissue can melt away to leave the meat lovely and tender
Petrographic and airborne radiometnic data show that the Scrag Lake pluton is zoned and the most primitive granitoid rocks occur in the northwestern part of the body (Home et al.
1kg mutton shoulder, scrag end or neck Some mutton bones - if available One onion Two sticks of celery Three carrots Half a swede 50g butter Two potatoes Sprig of thyme Two bay leaves A bunch of curly parsley - chopped Salt and freshly-ground black pepper Method First, simply place the mutton, along with any bones, into a large pan and cover with cold water.
Same answer from Johnny Scrag the butcher and Dai Punt at the bookies.
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He was on the inside with a couple of players and his work-rate, to get back and just scrag him to slow him down helped me make a decision on what to do.
The best Irish stew - a steaming broth with scrag of lamb, sliced onion, carrots, celery, bay leaves and potatoes in a glistening amber gravy is the perfect comfort food.
Williams is currently averaging half a scrag down every two games.
But a runaway rollercoaster ride through the mines and a psychedelic Busby Berkeley sequence involving Slim's hypnotic yodelling provide energetic set pieces and, with a voice cast that also includes Steve Buscemi as Slim's gormless silent sidekick, veteran actress Estelle Harris as a high-strung chicken and blast from the past Catch My Soul star Lance LeGault as a buffalo bouncer, it cheerfully romps through all the Western staples with a breezy charm that may not be prime rump but certainly isn't scrag end.
While Norton feasted on the juiciest prime cuts, poor old Rossy was left to pick over the scrag end.
WITH Anglican women bishops fluttering on the 2009 horizon, we are in the midst of Media Holy Fortnight, when religious leaders are, by tradition, granted headline space normally occupied by footballers, footballers' wags, entertainers, models, misfits, and scrag ends of soap actors
But drive along the boarded up and tumbleweed-strewn parades of Britain's urban scrag ends and you'll see that rather like the jackal, cockroach and vulture, the only things that survive in such brutal conditions is the bookie, the Chinese take-away and the outdoors.
Through the scrag end of a winter that seems to have lasted since 2010, the ITV drama has been a godsend.
While no-one can doubt their concerns, may I suggest he and his group change their name to SCRAG, Southdene Central Residents Group, and accept that the majority of Kirkby and their councillors, as shown in the 20 to one 'Yes' vote, truly believe in the whole of its community and not just a part of it.