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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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According to agreement, National Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFSAT), UAF and Centre for Polymer from Renewable Resources School of Light Industry and Food Engineering, SCUT, will run the joint research and capacity building projects keeping in view the demands of ever-increasing population and emerging challenges of 21st century.
Hickey was delighted to get an opportunity to see what the truck could do, so we reared over hillocks and plunged into troughs, the white scuts of rabbits bounding out of the headlamp beams as he gunned the throttle.
The minister said that operation would be launched by Gilgit-Baltistan Scuts, adding that more locals would be appointed in the police department.
A DEFENDANT who fell to the court floor making choking noises for an hour was told by a judge: "You are probably one of the greatest scuts Iive ever come across in my life.
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.