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Synonyms for scruff



Synonyms for scruff

the back side of the neck

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In the coming weeks, gay dating apps, like Surge and Scruff, discovered they were no longer able to advertise.
He got geared up to go until owner Phil Butler decided Scruff had had enough and the plucky pooch was brought back on to the relative firmness of the sand.
Each Scruff user has a wide array of contextually and temporally variable motivations and desired outcomes for using the service: Some seek face-to-face sexual encounters; some are looking for friendship or professional networking; and yet others use the service as a source of visual and interactive fantasy (see Crooks, 2013; Gudelunas, 2012b; Raj, 2011; Woo, 2013).
Natalie added: "Dad was loved by everyone, though I am still amazed at the number of people that don't know him by any other name but Scruff.
In fairness to Carberry, Cool Quest's cause was visibly harmed by interference and the case was nothing like as gruesome as that involving the Gordon Elliott-trained hotpot Martin Scruff.
A spokesperson said: "Kim Kardashian isn't the only person who mistakenly thinks that because a mother cat picks up her kittens by the scruff of the neck that a supportive hand under the rump isn't needed.
DJ and part-time tea peddler Mr Scruff has added a blokey variant to his Make Us A Brew tea range.
Darlington based Scruff Productions is inviting girls between nine and 11-years-old to audition for the role of Emily Lavender - a little girl with dreams of becoming a ballerina.
He will be singing a large selection of classics from his greatest hits collection, as well as songs from his latest album called A Scruff At Heart, released by Bygum Records.
From loon chicks hitching a piggyback ride, to a kangaroo joey in its mother's pocket, to a lion cub carried by the scruff of its neck, each picture shows a different mode of travel--as opposed to human toddlers, who can move about on a bike or a wagon
If we won't face up, they grab us by the scruff of our necks and shake us into attention.
Newcastle took the game by the scruff of the neck with Alan Shearer and Craig Bellamy also getting on the scoresheet along with Robert.
He grabbed his difference by the scruff of the neck, wore it like a shield, and dared people to say it wasn't wonderful," testifies Michael Monette with a beaming grin.
Bennett chooses stories which grab you by the scruff of the neck and shake you by the shoulders.