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  • noun Plural form of gar.

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Examples

  • By 11 A.M. we had caught all the fish our pack-bags could hold -- bream, alleged grayling, and half a dozen "gars" -- the latter a beautifully shaped fish like the sea-water garfish, but with a much flatter-sided body of shining silver with a green back, the tail and fins tipped with yellow.

    The Call Of The South 1908

  • The Somalis in London are running their "gars" in competition with the British legal system.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • "Those were the 'gars' from Vitre," said the man, who came himself from Fougeres; "they are on their way to Lower Normandy."

    The Chouans

  • The word "gars" pronounced "ga" is a relic of the Celtic language.

    The Chouans

  • The sketch here made of a Breton valley and of the Breton men in the detachment of recruits, more especially that of the "gars" who so suddenly appeared on the summit of Mont Pelerine, gives a brief but faithful picture of the province and its inhabitants.

    The Chouans

  • We also saw a huge number of gars in this same area.

    Info Sought From Musky Fisherman

  • We also saw a huge number of gars in this same area.

    This summer I was fishing for bass and northerns on lake in southern Ontario that my family has fished for over 50 yrs.

  • By 1999, French audiences were already hooked on Mr. Dujardin's engagingly macho character, "Loulou," in the TV mini-series, "Un gars, une fille," a parody of humdrum married life.

    Golden Silence on the Silver Screen

  • By the end of le petit gars 'autocratic rule, he had concentrated so much power in the PMO that, as public administration expert Donald Savoie suggested in 1999, even his Cabinet had become to some degree a mere focus group.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • By the end of le petit gars 'autocratic rule, he had concentrated so much power in the PMO that, as public administration expert Donald Savoie suggested in 1999, even his Cabinet had become to some degree a mere focus group.

    An infandous Ottawa Cromwell

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