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Staring down the gullet of the first presidential election since the Supreme Court gutted a major section of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, Louisiana stands out for doing nothing.
Lead Wildlife Technician Ashley Damm, while using tweezers to stuff wriggling meal worms down the gullets of tiny baby juncos, said the baby birds need to be fed every half-hour around the clock.
After watching all of its other pigeon cousins on this remote island go extinct—including the dodo, its infamous island-mate last seen in 1662—this rosy-hued bird is now looking down the dark gullet of extinction itself.
Then again, movie fights can certainly go pear-shaped when technology is funneled down our gullets with liver-engorging force.
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GULLET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gullet for English Language Learners
: the tube that leads from the mouth through the throat to the stomach
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