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scrog

(skrɔg)
tv. & in. to have sex; to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) You know what! I think those people over in the corner are scrogging!
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uk website which aims to record every part of Britain and Ireland, and site contributor Stanley Walker says a definition of scrog is any naturally stunted tree or bush.
John Freeman Round our way - bizarre street names from in and around Huddersfield I am proud to live on Long Tounge Scrog Lane although many people don't believe it exists, especially taxi drivers
KIRKLEES Council has made the following decisions on the following planning applications: Conditional permission: * Adrian Dickenson, extension of time limit for implementing existing permission for building of two-storey side extension and single storey rear extension, 50 Houses Hill, Long Tongue Scrog Lane.
HOUSES HILL: A Dickenson, extension of time limit for implementing existing permission for building of two storey side extension and single storey rear extension, 50 House Hill, Long Tongue Scrog Lane.
q Flying Circus "FREAK SHOW" metal, rock, punk, ska, psychobilly & scrog
I spoke to Richard while he was on a fleeting visit to see his parents who live at the house he grew up in on Long Tongue Scrog Lane, in Houses Hill, Kirkheaton.