cojones


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cojones

n. the testicles. (Spanish. Usually objectionable.) He kicked that old cat right in the cojones and sent it flying.
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knowing full well how ugly they look in their obesity, exhibiting both, layers of fat and lack of cojones.
LAST week's Totescoop6 went begging after 33-1 outsider Miko De Beauchene (respect to whoever had the cojones to bank on him) failed to win the final leg, which means pounds 140,667 is carried forward to today's win fund, writes Pietro Innocenzi.
He sits with legs splayed, airing his celebrity cojones, taking up all available room in the culture.
Example made and the RFU walk away feeling like they have proved they have really got some cojones as the Spanish would say.
Suppliers aren't forced to deal with them, and if they showed a little more nous, organisation or cojones they might not find themselves in such a self afflicted and enfeebled state.
To watch Michaela grow from a confused, somewhat shy girl to a confused woman with cojones is mighty fine, and the supporting characters are nice complements .
Assuming that this move has not been made just to ensure a larger transfer fee when they follow many of their feted predecessors to the dark regions of the lower leagues, this demonstration of confidence in these local products of the Academy system will gladden the heart of many a Kopite and hopefully inspire others in our junior sides to knuckle down and prove they have the talent and the cojones to play for Liverpool in earnest.
This is what many Angelenos signed up for when they elected Villaraigosa back in 2005 - a man who had the cojones to fight for the people, special interests be damned, even if he was anointed by them.
Call him a chickenhawk if you will--we certainly do--but Richard Perle must have cojones of solid brass to think he could get away with his Feb.
Good for an admin-oriented couple with cojones to take it to the next level
And in the case of Nauman's, given their inherent complexity--they may incorporate video, audio, lighting, sound, and/or text in addition to architectural structures, as in the prose/floor piece Cones Cojones, 1973-75, installed for the exhibition--they seem doubly inaccessible.
At first glance, he seemed to be a huckster, selling nothing but false bravado, not true daring deeds, but when he attempted on camera to jump the fountains at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas and ended up flopped in a pile on the asphalt after bouncing like a rag doll across the parking lot, you had to admit the guy had cojones.
Oh, for lawmakers with the cojones to follow Oregon's example.
The We Promise to Grow Some Cojones and Remember We Are Not Republicans Act.
But worse, he said, a ban on bull fighting would mean no more special dish of the day - no Cojones del Toro.