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  • noun Plural form of poler.

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Examples

  • The polers were a rough, violent bunch and the Brownes were thought to have inherited those traits.

    Ruby

  • The polers were a rough, violent bunch and the Brownes were thought to have inherited those traits.

    Ruby

  • The polers were a rough, violent bunch and the Brownes were thought to have inherited those traits.

    Ruby

  • The polers were a rough, violent bunch and the Brownes were thought to have inherited those traits.

    Ruby

  • We have to drive for a couple of hours by lorry from Maun and suddenly we are upon the river, a hive of activity with about 20 or 30 tiny little wooden canoes .... our transport to camp. 99\% of them are leaking but this doesnt deter the drivers or 'polers' (imagine punting).

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  • When up against it, Mr. Martinez and other male polers let their dancing do the talking.

    Despite Its Bad Reputation, Pole Dancing Appeals to Men in a New Way

  • Pole dancing involves moving around a steel or brass pole that is held by the legs or arms, with serious polers training as any gymnast would with push ups, weights and other means of increasing strength.

    Despite Its Bad Reputation, Pole Dancing Appeals to Men in a New Way

  • For years, Western male polers have looked with envy to their Chinese brethren performing Chinese pole, a similar acrobatic act whose long history has kept it free of any association with eroticism.

    Despite Its Bad Reputation, Pole Dancing Appeals to Men in a New Way

  • IzaakWalton, writing in the 17th century, recommended throwing the pole into thewater and letting the fish drag it around until it was exhausted, a trick thatI sometimes saw replicated by Alabama cane-polers during my childhood.

    Howell Raines' South Pacific Marlin Fishing Adventure

  • On weekends, they say, the little boats - they look like what my south Louisiana kinfolk would call pirogues - are so thick on the water their polers can barely maneuver them.

    Xochimilco - Up A Lazy River In Mexico City

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