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  • n. nose


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  • Can't Post | you got the wrong side o 'the world old boy-a "beezer" - mine specifically is a 1953 BSA golden flash chopper-made in britain an' it don't burn rice it burn haggis and scotch-but when i get it to mexico i'll see if it can run on tequila and tacos. what is a "rolex rider" - 'splain yourself!

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  • Constructed like the Forth rail bridge and equally beautiful, the sections interweave to deliver a seamless coherent "beezer" of a tale.

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  • I take it you are a fan of this Runyon beezer too?

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  • Posted April 5, 2009 1:32 PM beezer writes: Of course, you could argue that because the banks took the bailout money, they should just do what the government wants.

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  • There was a cop outside the door here when I came by the ginger B with the big beezer.

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  • "That half-portion Bill Taft came joshing me about my beezer till it got something fierce," explained Jerry.

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  • It was amusing to see him thrusting his eager little beezer between the vast, soft, plushy flanks of two patrolmen.


  • This is beezer, "Im roaring me leg off!" at some of these everyday sayings we use & hear every day, where would you get it? - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • They didn't get that done to them when one bop on the beezer by a Miss Reed would have done the trick.


  • Collisions at unprecedented power - and with them beezer new science, perhaps even the hotly anticipated dimensional portal event - may yet be on the menu before Xmas.

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  • This is an old term, meaning a large or big nose.

    June 21, 2009