(1) At school we had a free gill of milk each morning break as part of the government's plan to build a nation of healthy young things.(2) Rustic enough that the notice over the bar still claimed to serve spirits in measures of 1/6 gill .(3) It's lovely, you sort of follow a gill that has alders like the River Cover, but almost different trees, small and gnarled and ancient looking.(4) A tot is a sixth, a fifth, a quarter or a third of a gill of whisky.(5) Immediately after this, gut and gill all fish you wish to eat.(6) Her cheese pudding has an ounce and a half of breadcrumbs, an ounce of cheese, one gill of milk and half an egg.(7) In an attempt to sell it all, he would visit motor camps, his car towing a trailer loaded with iced, gilled and gutted fish and him shouting, ├ö├ç├┐fresh snapper for sale!├ö├ç├û(8) An agaric, such as the common field mushroom, has gills in the form of fine, radiating ├ö├ç├┐plates├ö├ç├û.(9) Fish are subject to a variety of maladies, such as grubs or worms, which may be found in or on the skin, attached to gills , or embedded in the flesh.(10) He squatted next to her and ran his fingers gently along the gills of one of the large mushrooms.(11) In fish, the branchial apparatus forms a system of gills for exchanging oxygen and carbon dioxide between the blood and the water.(12) The sets of weights were once the work tools of the county's pound police where they were used to measure the pounds, ounces, quarters and gills of an untold number of items.(13) Invaluable for tailing, gilling and holding strange fish.(14) Fish start to suffocate out of water and their gills may collapse and bleed.(15) Notice the three large gills that the animal uses to ├ö├ç├┐breathe├ö├ç├û in its underwater environment.(16) Fish, for example, pump water across their gills with their head muscles.
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