Saturday, 28 June 2014



1. a group of people who associate together or act as an organized body, especially for criminal or illegal purposes
an organized group of workmen
2. a herd of buffaloes or elks or a pack of wild dogs
3. (New Zealand) a group of shearers who travel to different shearing sheds, shearing, classing, and baling wool
4. a series of similar tools arranged to work simultaneously in parallel
5. to form into, become part of, or act as a gang
6. (trans.) (electronics) . to mount (two or more components, such as variable capacitors) on the same shaft, permitting adjustment by a single control

1. (Scottish) to go

1. valueless and undesirable material, such as quartz in small quantities, in an ore. Also: gangue

A precious gang
Ever ready for mischief
Looking for homes

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