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GUT SPREAD

Investments with high rates of profit in short time before market devaluation.

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GUTI

Jutes; one of the three nations who migrated from Germany to Britain at auearly period. According to Spelman, they established themselves chiefly in Kent and the Isle of Wight.

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GUTTER

The diminutive of a sewer. Callis, Sew. (80,) 100. Iu modern law, an openditch or conduit designed to allow the passage of water from one point to another iu acertain direction, whether for purposes of drainage, irrigation, or otherwise. Warren v.Ilenly, 31 Iowa. 31; Willis v. State, 27 Neb. 98, 42 N. W. 920.

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GWABR MERCHED

Maid's fee. A British word signifying a customary fine payable tolords of some manors on marriage of the tenant's daughters, or otherwise on theircommitting incontinence. Cowell.

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GWALSTOW

A place of execution. Jacob.

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GWAYF

Waif, or waived; that which has been stolen and afterwards dropped in thehighway for fear of a discovery. Cowell.

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GYLPUT

The name of a court which was held every three weeks In the liberty orhundred of Pathbew in Warwick. Jacob.

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GYLTWITE

Sax. Compensation for fraud or trespass. Cowell.

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GYNARCY, or GYN^ICOCRACY

Government by a woman; a state in which womenare legally capable of the supreme command; e. g., in Great Britain and Spain.

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GYOSEI SHIDO

The Japanese practice of bureaucratic control (or

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GYPSY SWAP

Stock being repurposed by many parties to increase profit for all.

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GYRO VAGI

Wandering monks.

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GYVES

Fetters or shackles for the legs.

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