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greaser

(ˈgrizɚ and ˈgrisɚ)
n. a rough and aggressive male, usually with long greased down hair. Donna has been going out with a real greaser.
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CUTLINE: The greasers of Rydell High (from left) Kinicki (sophomore Quentin Harrington) Danny (Josh Brenner, grade 8) and Roger (Ryan Walsh, grade 7) meet for the first time since summer break at rehearsal for the musical "Grease" last week.
Greaser worked on a variety of projects, including small poultry flock management and beekeeping training for Iraqi women, many of whom are widows and are members of local farm organizations, which would be the equivalent off armer co-ops in the United States.
Shia LaBeouf is so much better than I expected, bringing the right mix of cocky greaser attitude and wide eyed innocence to his role.
A chance encounter at the railway station with rebellious greaser Mutt (LaBeouf), an acquaintance of Indy's old pal Professor Oxley (Hurt), sets the archaeologist on a quest to locate the legendary Crystal Skull of Akator.
Make the thought of a fuel-efficient flight rank right up there with the proficiency of perfectly centered needles and a greaser touchdown with a right crosswind of 20 gusting 28.
The plot revolves around Cassandra's journey, which includes a shameful spiral into relationships with the wrong kind of men--a greaser named Chico and another who "doth protests too much" about his purported homosexuality--family problems, her stepfather's questionable morals and, eventually, the needle and "junk.
The MC5 was, essentially, four greaser rock and milers with a poet/beatnik singer.
Soon the Chicano campesino realizes that this Farm worker from Vietnam never ever called him a wetback or a greaser.
Also, and Scotland have already been blazing a trail here, the officials will be linked via radio earpieces so the linesman can tell the ref to look to his left where the big Italian is working up a greaser to eject over the nippy wee striker.
Dick, a lovable, foulmouthed greaser with a penchant for bump and grind, does an antiglobalization shtick on this tour.
But that's not an arena a theater audience could very well understand if, say, half of them had attended small schools dedicated to science, foreign languages, or even--this one already exists--"the hospitality industry" Who'd make sense of the hulking football teams (at a school of just 300 kids, even regular-sized people could play), the lunch-table segregation by activity group (the band dorks would all be at the special music school anyway), and even the hallways so long that the teachers don't notice when the greaser stuffs the nerd into a locker?
which sells specialty consumer and collectible products through interactive electronic media, promoted Wayne Lambert to executive vice president and chief information officer and Eric Greaser to vice president of information technology.
Bakels and Hamden have recently supplied a brush band greaser to Ginsters, manufacturers of savoury foods and desserts but probably best known for its pasties.
It is interesting to note that Hinton capitalizes the "S" in "Socs throughout the book while the "g" in greaser is invariably lower case.
George Greaser, an agricultural economist at Pennsylvania State University in University Park, says that those eager to jump into the ratite market should consider the difficulty of breeding relatively unknown birds.