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  • n. Plural form of scrog.


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  • It was a rough part, all hanging stone, and heather, and big scrogs of birchwood; and away at the far end towards Balachulish, little wee red soldiers were dipping up and down over hill and howe, and growing smaller every minute.

    Kidnapped: The Adventures of David Balfour

  • Be keepin 'yer good eye open fer new recruits-hard-workin' scrogs who ain't afraid o 'the sea or a cannon's roar.


  • May the gods continue to make: dice-weir boxes superconfident low-level telepathic peccable language identical daydreamers dapperling Moadex re-do do’d denotating bike rustre mini cacophonious calmative worrywart, deck saga, novel sun scrogs unlikes a consortium of cliffs: Kenneth Goldsmith pride of place and joy to us here at hear right writing official counsel, dual reasoning: who deserves Pliny who’d answer their prayers if he could and

    “Name, a novel” by Toadex Hobogrammathon : Kenneth Goldsmith : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • Probably popped out a couple of scrogs, and they all ate rocks and slime and whatever was available on that planet. " - Latest Stories


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