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scut

(skət)
n. a despicable person. (Teens and collegiate.) It’s scuts like that who give all us really rad kids a bad name.
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Diagnosis: Oval eyes lying horizontal or oblique; fr protruding beyond anterior eye margin and above antennae, visible in profile to greater or lesser extent; setae and setulae on scut absent except for usual basal and subapical pairs; pra and strong post ia setae absent; apicoventral seta on mid tibia absent; habitus of most species appearing more slender and less setulose than Oroschyromya and Notiochyromya, with which genera Gymnochiromyia could be confused.
The defendant, who had already treated the courthouse to a rendition of The Flower of Scotland from his courtbouse cell, said 'thank you sir' when called a scut.
Without fresh air, you only require a bad heart, and a remarkable command of the Queen's English, to become such another as Dean Swift; a kind of leering, human goat, leaping and wagging your scut on the mountains of offence.
All of the elements of the popular movie from which the play is taken are here, such as the family's exploding furnace; Scut Farkas, the school bully; the tongue frozen to the lamppost; the leg-shaped (and net-stocking draped) table lamp; Ralph's fantasy scenarios and more.
You'll stand up for Ireland, won't you, boy, when you grow up, not like that brother of yours in the corner, Brendan-Brendy, the little scut, Mammy's pet, always whinging and bawling, four-eyes -- (Double Cross, 51)
Across the sward (rife with sandroses, wood anemones and wild cyclamen) a hare, its scut uplifted in alarm, scampers from the running crouch of a greyhound.
In addition to making information about internships available online to bolster recruiting, the company is strengthening its programs so that interns do less scut work and have more opportunities to write page one stories and to understand how a newspaper operates.
Most fellows perform a substantial share of the scut work of modern medicine, for example, by taking night and weekend call on a regular basis.
These tasks represent what one laboratory operations director describes as "the scut work we do day in and day out" (more on this later).
Since the people in PIC training get paid less, they should not be doing scut work.
Tenders are invited for Work Of Carry Out The Belt Jointing & Scut Rubber Providing And Setting For Coal Mill Feeders Of Unit # 1, 2 & 3 At Kltps.
57 (640m Handicap): Shiloh's Diamond (10), Exiled (8), Motto's Scut (M) (7), Peppered Snowy (M) (5), Delphin Lola (M) (5), Jamas Opinion (Scr).
57 (640m Handicap): Knockeen Buddy (M) (11), Mercury Mel (M) (9), Boherna Town (W) (8), Motto's Scut (M) (6), Mill Grace (W) (4), Jamas Opinion (Scr).