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Gouge

In numismatics, a significant scratch or other blemish on a coin, usually more than normal wear and tear. This may affect the coin's value for collectors.
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(7) But many people will continue to see the economic arguments against "price gouging" laws as irrelevant because of their intense hostility to "price gougers," who they consider to be immorally taking advantage of disaster victims.
Additionally, BNPD said that Tom Gouger as president of the company upon close of the transaction, will appoint a team of advisers and board members to reflect the oil and gas industry.
"Of gougers fierce, the eyes that pierce, the fiercest gouger he." The City of the Saints, Richard Francis Burton.
Some restaurants are infamous for wines with mortgage-like prices but Jayme Moffi, beverage manager from Boston's Aquitaine Bar a Vin Bistrot, says one of the worst reputations you can get is as a price gouger, and she's hard on those places who reach the top of the mark-up list.
The court heard she contacted her criminal associates by what she termed a "gouger phone", the court was told.
Tom Shanklin slams eye gouger Schalk Berger; Lions coach Ian McGeechan and South Africa captain John Smit on Saturday's epic second Test
The 45-year-old, who lives in Co Wicklow, said since playing "champion fighter and eye gouger" Bill Poole, his wife had become concerned about his bad temper.
brain defective degenerate evil one eye gouger fascist father of violence filth gang government of murderers gut ripper humbug hypocrite idiot instigator of murder Jew-hater king of the swamp leech liar loathsome man of blood may your name be blotted out mental case monster murderer Nazi nincompoop occupying army parasite Philistine pig P.L.O.
George's Willamette Valley Gunsmithing, George Gouger, P.O.
FitzGerald has been the emblem of Anglo-Irish cooperation, in contrast to the great gouger and gurrier Charlie Haughey, leader of Fianna Fail.
WHEN they banned him for six months and labelled him a gouger Dylan Hartley knew he had two choices.