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twelve dozen

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the entire amount of income before any deductions are made

earn before taxes, expenses, etc

before any deductions

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lacking fine distinctions or detail

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repellently fat

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visible to the naked eye (especially of rocks and anatomical features)

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conspicuously and tastelessly indecent

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conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

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The grossest irregularities are said to include reduction of the founding capital without the Fund's consent, mortgaging the Fund's assets without its consent, non-earmarked spending of the Fund's money and not issuing financial reports in compliance with the legal regulations.
DID you know that painting your face black is racially unacceptable to readers of Britain's grossest tabloid?
Her "friend" and bandmate LEIGH-ANNE PINNOCK said: "Perrie is the grossest eater ever.
Exploring the Weirdest, Wackiest, grossest & Most Surprising Facts About Zoo Poop" is a fascinating photo-illustrated fact book about different kinds of zoo animals' and birds' droppings.
Most records, though, are set by people with a desire to do something extraordinary--to be the strongest, fastest, loudest, and grossest, among other superlatives.
30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- To wrap an eventful year, the award-winning Discovery News team has once again selected several top 10 lists capturing the year in science - from How Humans Helped the Earth in 2010 to the Grossest, Coolest, Weirdest Videos of 2010.
Corporate reputations were put to the test with major product recalls from the likes of Toyota, Johnson & Johnson and McDonald's, while bedbugs became perhaps the grossest story of the summer.
Your grossest deeds, ye grocers, shame ye all Gross not a groat of gains on Pumsey's fall.
The opposition called the minister of justice "chameleon", the last Bolshevik", "the protector of the grossest crime", "criminal and political Mujahedin", and "party hangman" of the Macedonian justice system.
Judge Geoffrey Marson said the content of the letters were "the grossest threats I have ever heard".
But last Friday Judge Simon Barham imprisoned him for 13 years for "the grossest possible breach of trust".
The front cover is a masterpiece of gloss and media forms, a tactile invitation to explore inside the covers where the animal world is presented from quirky and interesting viewpoints--the fastest movers, the grossest eaters, the poison techniques, rituals of mating, sensory skills, parenting, weapons and survival and endurance mechanisms.
Obama needs to do a deal with the grossest political leaders in Iran," he said.
Passing sentence, he said: "The offences amount to one of the grossest breaches of trust that can occur because this victim was a pupil at the school where you taught.
Here's a special type, in the irreverant style of gross grocer grossest.