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  • n. A mediaeval sport resembling hockey.


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  • Can we call it a sweet? says my little nephew, jowling away.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • As I noted yesterday, Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Am Embarrassed By Him), the Last Honest Man, will be in town this week -- tomorrow, in fact -- stumping (or, should I say, jowling) for his BFF John McCain.

    Here comes Holy Joe

  • CAPTAIN: Thy micturations are to me As plurdled gabbleblotchits in a lurgid bee Now the jurpling slayjid agrocrustles Are slurping hagrilly up the axlegrune And livid glupules fran and slipulate Like jowling meated liverslime

    Don't Panic

  • His presently tucked-in chin and the downward droop of his mouth corners emphasized the jowling of his cheeks.

    The Glory Game

  • After months of razzle and dazzle, grandiose statements and even more grand cost estimates, lobbying, back-channel deals and jowling and cajoling, it's not certain today that the Senate will pass this mess of a bill by Christmas Day.

    Politics Daily

  • He looks in the long mirror, tugging the slack in his jacket, looks in his shaving mirror, even with no razor, examines the new jowling, the graying, the thickening around the bend.’

    martha mcferren | exercise « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground


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