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lower part of a horse's thigh between the hock and the stifle

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These and a hundred more messages with similar themes flooded the GoFundMe fundraising Web page set up for Gaskin after she posted about her illness on Facebook.
The court heard Gaskin had gone into the Holland Inn on April 10 when he was already intoxicated.
Gaskin, of Woodside Park, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, just outside Coventry, was travelling between Port Talbot and Cardiff on Thursday, May 11, when he made his unwanted advances to the victim, who was travelling alone.
British Transport Police met the train on its arrival to Cardiff Central and 55-year-old Gaskin was arrested.
Although they were both guilty on the basis of provocation, the jury also deemed Gerard Gaskin was guilty of manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility.
Gaskin, 28 of Holme Park Court, Woodhead Road, Berry Brow, was jailed for 32 months after he admitted robbery and possessing a bladed article.
Posing as an honest worker, Gaskin quoted the hugely exorbitant fee to clip the tree, trim a hedge and move some rubbish.
Sarah Barlow, defending, said Gaskin had brought references and certificates to show the qualifications he had gained on remand, adding: "The only basis of plea was that this was a single transaction.
Warm, spirited and occasionally slathered in got, "Birth Story" is a celebratory tribute to the endangered art of midwifery and its most influential practitioner, Ina May Gaskin.
Gaskin pleaded guilty to causing racially aggravated distress.
Currently deputy chairman of the NATO Military Committee in Brussels, Gaskin has a leadership role in the branch that provides military and operational advice to NATO'S secretary general and North Atlantic Council.
00--In this book, Richard Gaskin reviews the wide-ranging and influential work of John McDowell.
The May 15 death of William Joseph "Bill" Gaskin marked the end of his firm, Gaskin Hill & Norcross Architects-Engineers of Little Rock, which was one of the three largest firms in the state just a decade ago.
For instance, at the Los Angeles County Morgue, cemetery caretaker Albert Gaskin is often required to work both the night shift and the day shift, cremating nine to 12 bodies a day of people for whom officials have been unable to locate next of kin.