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a sharp metal spike or spur that is fastened to the leg of a gamecock

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a spar rising aft from a mast to support the head of a quadrilateral fore-and-aft sail

an iron hook with a handle

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He has blown the gaff that I never returned a book on photographic theory and practice in the late 1950s,'' splutters Mike in mock anger but, unable to sustain the stern mood, this rapidly dissolves into jocular chuckles.
Just as we were wondering whether to take the National Assembly seriously, Rhodri has blown the gaff by insisting on being known as leader of the Welsh Assembly Government.
He says: "Well, Dr Tonge certainly has blown the gaff in a big way.
In doing so, they have blown the gaff on those that use ante-post betting as one of their excuses for having entry stages months - sometimes more than 18 months - in advance of races.
DEREK Conway MP has blown the gaff on the dirty dealings of Members of Parliament.