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- n. Plural form of scatch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Stilts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Stilts used for walking in dirty places.
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I call them scatches! both putting out mayday call's, code blue!
Today the ring is criss-crossed with scatches and has a small dent, but even that reminds me of everything I have accomplished, with Mountain2Mountain, and as a mother.
Funny how gutless "never wore a uniform" Obama sends out John "three scatches" Kerry to do his dirty work.
The scatches are nothing compared to what the same falling back would be if it was called Blackberries. ha.
Others grew in the legs, and to see them you would have said they had been cranes, or the reddish-long-billed-storklike-scrank-legged sea-fowls called flamans, or else men walking upon stilts or scatches.
Some minor scatches at the logo at the back as you could know the casing cause it.
Angelyne Carlton scatches "Bubba," as Attorney Shannon Keith, left, and her husband, Jason Carlton, talk about their civil lawsuit against the West Covina Police Department at their former residence in West Covina on Monday February 8, 2010.
Overall Condition 9/10 with a few scatches around but not obvious.
- HTC Touch Diamond 2 (9.5/10 condition - no scatches/no damages - Upgraded to Win Mobile 6.5) - 8GB scandisk micro SDHC card (worth $35.90) - X-mini 2 capsule speaker (worth $49.90) - Charger
It didn't get out any deep scratched but it buffed out all the finish scatches.