- n. Plural form of nelson.
“Richard Blumenthal half-nelsons his Connecticut Senate opponent (and former WWE CEO) Linda McMahon who said we should consider cutting the minimum wage and then lied about having said it.”
“But think how much more lively all these sports would be if they involved late hits, full nelsons and round-house rights.”
“Richard Blumenthal half-nelsons his Connecticut Senate opponent and former WWE CEO Linda McMahon who said we should consider cutting the minimum wage and then lied about having said it.”
“We would put each other in headlocks, armlocks, half nelsons, and full nelsons.”
“In Edinburgh it looks as though it is half-nelsons all round as Andy Kerr is leant upon to refuse the honour of standing against Comrade Alexander.”
“And Hulk Hogan will be here to discuss more than just body slams and full nelsons.”
“I dunno but neither 50cent or Llyod banks has done anything approaching willie nelsons ginormous catalog of music.”
“What a lovely site and very informative, sadly though the rushbearing gingerbread was never sarah nelsons gingerbread it is a totally different recipe and is a soft sponge type of cake made and stamped by the local ladies of grasmere and then first made commercially by the dixon family on langdale road in Grasmere in 1745”
“Aruna Dindane may yet escape from the twin half-nelsons of Blackburn and”
“Aronofsky, who also directed Requiem for a Dream and Pi, makes a movie film so powerful and poignant one forgets they are watching middle-aged men giving each other suplexes and half-nelsons.”
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