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gouch off

(gɑʊtʃ...)
in. to pass out under the influence of drugs. (Drugs.) After taking the stuff, Gary gouched off.
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7) cultural zombie: this is an under-researched "missing link" between zombie mythology and general culture; unconnected with any fantastic or supernatural events, this walking dead can be met both in fiction (Joyce Carol Oates, Zombie, 1995; Brad Gouch, Zombie00, 2000), and in film (The Machinist, United States, Spain, Brad Anderson, 2004);
immediate past president: Tony Gouch (Innospec Ltd);
H Gouch and Dudley, British journal of urology (1987), 59.
He also leaves his sister Debra and her fiance Chris and her 3 children, Tauren, Jaren and Arianne Choinski, as well as his 'forever' friends; Jeff, Jimmy, Gouch, John, Henry, Ricky, Jake and Joe.
Mr Gouch, 69, said: "What Joanne did was wonderful and we can't thank her enough.
Peter Stephen Greatrex, aged 30, of Brinklow Tower, Gouch Street, Highgate, Birmingham; charged with trespassing Tesco Express and stealing two bottles of wine worth pounds 10; remanded in custody for trial.
Gouch is going to show you where your room is, and show you around a little bit, and then she'll take care of you for the rest of today, all right?
CHRISTMAS has arrived early this year thanks to Mr and Mrs Gouch who recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary and donated pounds 800 to Myton which was given by family and friends in lieu of gifts.
So despite the difficulties the Local Business Association has encountered this past year, it was a privilege to be part of the celebration so I would like to thank the police, Hade Edge Band, the Street Turn Again Theatre Group, marshalling from the Holme Valley Parish Council, Pastor Gouch as compre, carol singers and Holmfirth and Meltham Lions for all their help.
Bishops, and other learned men," including a cook, a cowherd, an artificer, a tailor, a blacksmith, an iron-maker, a miller's wife, a married woman, a cutler's wife, a poor woman, a spinster, and a "doctrix" named Alice Driver, who taught "new opinions" to another Foxian martyr, Alexander Gouch, a weaver.
Gouch was caught in a crossfire between coach and chairman six weeks ago, when it was confirmed that Graveney had requested the England and Wales Cricket Board to explore the possibilities of selecting a final World Cup squad to include anyone not named in the preliminary 30.
Scott Sneddon kicked 16 points and was assisted by Ed Gouch who chalked up five points.
We are open to alternatives as long as they provide win-win solutions that benefit all parties,'' said Marianne Gouch, spokeswoman for Cemex.
Finally, De Gaulle and Twentieth-Century France edited by John Horne and Hugh Gouch (Edward Arnold, pound12.
24 from Waterbury, CT and Patrick "Pat-G" Gouch, also 24 from Hartford, CT) to work with one of their favorite artists.