kiester

keester

and keyster and kiester (ˈkistɚ)
1. n. a chest; a suitcase. The old lady was hauling the most enormous keester.
2. n. the buttocks; the anus. Get your keester over here!

kiester

verb
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We are delighted to be working with Kendra Scott in this endeavor to enhance the lives of kids who come from disadvantaged households from all over Texas," said Mark Kiester, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area.
It would be easy to disparage this book as yet another set arbitrarily selected episodes from history, but Craughwell and Kiester have done a far better job than most authors working this genre.
Cyrus kicks herself in the kiester ripping off Ke$ha on her anemic redux of "Tik Tok" called "Permanent December.
Bud Herron's anguish arising from his dog-bitten kiester ("Omega" Man, July/August 2008) vividly divided stark reality from sentimentality.
For cooking up the idea for the "Pecan-Topped Sweet Potato-Pear Tart," Mississippi Magazine reader Wendy Nickel of Kiester, Minnesota, will enjoy a cooking class for two at the Viking Cooking School followed by a night at the Alluvian Hotel in Greenwood, plus an 8-inch Viking Santoku knife from the Viking Retail Store, all courtesy of Viking Range Corporation.
4 G&S Metal Products' Chris Schwartz, far right, and Mark Schwartz, far left, take some time out from the show with Michael Griffith, second from left and Philip Kiester of Tuesday Morning.
Dasher replaces Jon Kiester, who was named LCC's coach in March, but later quit to take another position.
Managed by ex-Spurs star Chris Kinnear,Margate are struggling with Jean Michal Sigare,Ian O'Connell,Greg Oates and Terry Flynn all injured and Jay Saunders and Jon Kiester suspended.
No one denies that they can be a pain in the kiester.
Douglas Kiester, Going Out in Style: The Architecture of Eternity (New York: Factson-File, 1997), 31.
The Blood in the Red White and Blue, a movie directed by the notorious Constantine Kiester (formerly Jonathan Livingston Siegel, formerly Jonathan Livingston) and starring among others Robert Bredford, shares many plot points with Oscar's play, though the movie is also spiced with obligatory quantities of sex and gore.
Suffice to say that if you pay your money (between $50 to $250 or more), you can pretty much get something that will keep your kiester out of hot water.
Try eating and sleeping anywhere "with the earth" around these parts, and your kiester will end up in the hoosegow.
Ross Kiester & Carol Eckhardt, Review of Wildlife Management and Conservation Biology on the Tongass National Forest: A Synthesis with Recommendations (1994); A Proposed Strategy for Maintaining Well-Distributed, Viable Populations of Wildlife Associated with Old-Growth Forests in Southeast Alaska: A Report of an Interagency Committee (1993).
For idaho, Kiester first looked for coverage for about 95 percent of the state's 357 vertebrates.