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- n. a person who handles or caresses in a clumsy or overfamiliar manner
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Coach: Ummm, ur spots, kitteh, ur pawer cums frum ur spots on ur tummeh.
Coach: Kitteh, member, ur pawer cums frum ur core.
October 3, 2008 at 9:04 am low pawer warning…..plz to insert moar cheezburger
I found a poem by Theodore Roethke, 1909-1963, a strangely troubled man from Michigan who grew up amongst his father's commercial greenhouses and is described as a heavy drinker who drank to seek oblivion, a rudely aggressive tennis player, and an "inveterate casual pawer of women."
Stpe two: bee-leave dat uh pawer bigger dan cheezpeeps kin repair duh splortashun.
"And he _isn't_ a pawer," Stella said, thoughtfully.
For the said purpose the commission shall have pawer and authority to receive and hold gifts of property, real or per - sonal, from any and all sources, to purchase real estate in said town and to contract for the erection, care, maintenance and supervision of any building or buildings, monument or monuments, or other structure or structures, to be used as such a memorial or memorials.