GASH


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GASHGroup Admin Shell (Unix)
GASHGloucestershire Association of Secondary Headteachers (UK)
GASHGay Aryan Skinhead
References in classic literature ?
Above the left eyebrow was a wound--a deep gash from which blood had flowed, covering the whole left side of the face and neck and saturating the light-gray shirt.
`If he shot himself in the way they think, the gash will be torn from the inside outward.'
And far enough they might have looked for poor Mr Rudge the steward, whose body--scarcely to be recognised by his clothes and the watch and ring he wore--was found, months afterwards, at the bottom of a piece of water in the grounds, with a deep gash in the breast where he had been stabbed with a knife.
He did not see anything excepting the mist of smoke gashed by the little knives of fire, but he knew that in it lay the aged fence of a vanished farmer protecting the snuggled bodies of the gray men.
It is there that I, intent on my own investigations, have passed and re-passed a hundred times the worn leonine face, white as the snow beneath him, furrowed with wrinkles like the seams and gashes upon the North Cape; the nervous hand, integrally a part of the mechanism of his flighter; and above all, the wonderful lambent eyes turned to the zenith.
He looked with awe at the students of the corps, their cheeks gashed and red, who swaggered about in their coloured caps.
The hinge gashed his temple; and he was stretched out dead upon the spot."
Outplayed for the opening half hour, Gateshead conceded the first goal of the new Skrill Conference Premier season when Michael Gash scored on 13 minutes.
But unlike Roo, who is recovering from a gashed thigh, Coleen, 26, was told she won't live so long by the Manchester mystic.
Milsom ended up with a gashed leg and badly bruised ankle and had to be replaced.
"Phil has got a gash on his knee but he is not going to hospital.
The expanding gash was caused by atmospheric debris, possibly from an asteroid or comet.