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- n. Slang Variant of schmeer.
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- n. Alternative form of schmear.
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- n. (Yiddish) a batch of things that go together
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The Lakewood-based company said Tuesday that anyone who registers to become an Einstein Bros. fan on Facebook (www. facebook.com/einsteinbros) will get a digital coupon good for a free bagel and "shmear" of cream cheese at participating locations.
"shmear," Rosenbaum meant paying people to look the other way.
Welcome Pete, and I fully expect my bagle to be toasted and given a nice shmear of cream cheese ...
But Suki did spend three years in Sweden in the early 70s, and he did master the art of smoking salmon in its 'gravlax' tradition, so that's the way to go here, a plate of silky smoked salmon with a toasted bagel and a shmear of cream cheese of course.
I can't tell if she's sitting with her new hookup, (the friend of Rachel's who was controversial because he and Rachel used to shmear) her brother, or a boy who she's sort of dating but is still hunting around.
Are we talking about line item bets or the whole shmear?
Ironically, his writing about Jews is shallow and cramped, as with this post about Brooklyn Jews, which is as cliched and outdated as is possible without using the words plotz or shmear.
Snore… these are not "old classic liberal fear and shmear" tactics… they are old classic "political fear and shmear tactics" that all parties stoop to.
SLIWA: Hey, Vinnie, she had a shmear of cream cheese on it and then realized it was a poppy-seed bagel.
I like my hourglass shape and enjoy dressing in a feminine way, but a dash of schlumpiness adds necessary comfort, especially when I'm chasing down my kids to shmear sunscreen all over them before they board the day camp bus.