Gullet  

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"Teeth, gullet, and intestinal canal are objectified hunger; the genitals are objectified sexual impulse; and grasping hands correspond to the more indirect strivings of the will which they represent." --The World as Will and Representation[1]

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  1. The throat or esophagus.
  2. The cytopharynx of a ciliate, through which food is ingested.
  3. The space between the teeth of a saw blade.
  4. A channel for water.
  5. A preparatory cut or channel in excavations, of sufficient width for the passage of earth wagons.

Etymology

From Middle English golet, from Old French goulet, from Latin gula.



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