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  • n. Plural form of stiller.

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Examples

  • Also, not to pick, but Pittsburgh natives pronounce Steelers “stillers”.

    Alynda Wheat's Beat Cop: 'Three Rivers' might need some CPR | EW.com

  • In a vain attempt to connect with the thread, reading the words of Sotomayor and even moreso Obama is night and day from reading those of Leiter and fellow stand-stillers.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Anti-Anti-Sotomayor:

  • Among those who are pleased with the quality of their investment choices was stillers, who wrote, "Excellent selection of funds from a wide variety of companies and excellent diversification of fund types."

  • Someone bookmark this thread for when the ravens roll the stillers this year ...

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  • He said membership in his group has grown by roughly 30 craft distillers a year, now reaching 209 "artisan stillers" across the country.

    Omaha World-Herald > Frontpage

  • He simply does not show up for the BIG GAMES witness the AFC Championship won by 'dem stillers.

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  • Would you stop counting your SB's if the stillers were moved from Pitts?

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  • DeAngelo Williams. now there's a stillers fan trolling the blogs talking smack named Scrumhalf9. that's code for "halfscrotum" or "leftie" for short.

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  • If the stillers didn't win so many damn titles and games, nobody would be crying about the call/non-calls.

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  • “One of them that buys whiskey from the stillers an’ drives it to the city to sell.”

    MOONSHINER’S SON

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