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  • v. Present participle of scrunt.


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  • And what is even more heart-rending, at a time when our people are really scrunting and in dire economic straits, is that those so-called Investors in many cases actually drew down millions of dollars from guaranteed loan contracts, entered into by the last government controllers with foreign banks in favour of those crooked Investors.

    Caribbean Net News Daily Headlines

  • This week my message is simple, to all whom it may concern - most of the people in this country are scrunting!

    TrinidadExpress Today's News

  • Naturally, she lives in scrunting poverty as it is.

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