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  • What concerns me more is the portrayal of coug-ing.

    ShePop: Is going to 'Cougar Town' really that empowering? | EW.com

  • But even that movie, which made coug-ing its entire focus before the word was invented, tacitly acknowledged that, in the end, Stella dusted off her groove not because Taye Diggs was young, but because he was sexy.

    ShePop: Is going to 'Cougar Town' really that empowering? | EW.com

  • Guns, the Coug, and crown royal go together like ... well, pretty much like guns, the coug, and crown royal.

    Clinton: My Dad Taught Me How To Shoot

  • “She was a serious cougar, a total coug,” he says.

    Abyss of Adulthood: Aging Children of Eli Still Get Smashed

  • MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHH * coug* HAHAHAHHA * hack* ok that enough. damnit he is on line FUCKER!!!!! oh well i but a block on him!!!!

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  • With a past administration like that to live down, the Trust was therefore just a tad vulnerable to any campaign fought in the field of public relations, and as Christmas approached that year, it had been looking like they would have no option but to coug h up.

    Boiling a Frog

  • Sydney and Vasso's always thinking about what's best for ALL Australians and no, it's not TLS and greed driven .... * cough coug ...

    ZDNet Australia

  • Idaho coug: We inhert sin from our parents genes, like We inhert our sinful ...

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  • Glenda also tells me that young men should be attuned to the physical comfort of their coug, especially for the perimenopausal among them, and they should know that sometimes older women will "act a little crazy … It's not about you."

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  • Hopefully, if I were to end up coug-ing it in my late forties, I would be independently wealthy and spend most of my time playing tennis while smoking menthols.

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  • Short for cougar, although possibly not when describing the animal.

    November 27, 2007