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roscoe

(ˈrɑsko)
n. a pistol, especially a revolver. (Underworld.) I’m going down there to talk to Harry the Horse, and I’m taking my roscoe.
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Liverpool CAMRA's press officer, Geoff Edwards said: "The aim of the 'Save the Roscoe Head' campaign is to safeguard the future of this famous pub by persuading owners NewRiver Retail to sell the pub to its licensee, Carol Ross, whose family has run the pub for over 30 years and who have made it what it is today.
Starting this year, the Ropes & Gray Roscoe Trimmier Jr.
Roscoe is also a fabulously mischievous character who doesn't mind causing a bit of chaos in his pursuit of a good meal.
Roscoe said: "Bill Oddie was a horrible person, quite awful actually.
Lewis is said to rely on Roscoe for comfort since his split with X Factor star Nicole Scherzinger, the report added.
A source said: "He is so relieved that Roscoe is going to be OK.
0 of AppAssure's backup software, Roscoe said would include several new features that he wouldn't identify.
In 70 years, Roscoe says his wife "hasn't changed any.
Roscoe has been described variously as a banker, lawyer, Radical politician, philanthropist, historian, poet, botanist, art collector and antiquarian.
Most dogs avoid apes, but Roscoe is happy to swim and play alongside Suriya and even lets his hairy friend take him for walks.
But the smiling author with a dancing glint on her spectacles is dedicated to another proposition - that Roscoe was the father of Liverpool's culture, the first of many "iconic" figures down the years, who sensed that Liverpool could not become a great international city on trade alone.
But generally Roscoe serves Nielsen well, with performances that are very much on the front foot.
A "family values" movie featuring close-up shots of copulating dogs, a surplus of fat jokes and a woman who shaves her fiance's initials into an area south of the equator, "Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins" sends a few mixed signals during its ungodly two-hour running time.
Richard Neary and Michael Roscoe have invented the Hawklok.
Roscoe takes us back 2,000 years to the contentious, apocalyptic politics of a multicultural Jerusalem overrun with Roman rule, to the ministry, death, and deification of Jesus, and to the eventual rise of competing Jewish-Hellenic-Christian sects (Gnostics, Carpocratians, and others).