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tooter

1. n. a person on a drinking spree. The streets belong to the tooters on New Year’s Eve.
2. n. a drunkard. Hank offered the tooter a drink, which was gratefully accepted, of course.
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Ms Tooter was covered with bruises and insect bites and severely dehydrated but was expected to survive, said Dr Moshe Stav, who treated her at Broward General Medical Centre.
Grandmother Tillie Tooter faced death after her car crashed 40ft off a bridge.
We tend to be more color and theme coordinated throughout a collection," says Howard Tooter, president of Bloomcraft.
In the second heat trainee farrier Robert Duggan, driving Owens' Zacharius, was the winner from Tooter Scooter (Evans, Brecon) second.
Ms Tooter was covered with bruises, insect bites and dehydrated but was expected to survive.
Tillie Tooter ended up there when her car plunged 40ft over a bridge after being hit from behind by a truck which didn't stop.
He has also just finished a film - Looters, Tooters and Sawn Off Shooters.
A tutor who tooted a flute tried to tutor two tooters to toot.
Lewisham Plaque for the highest mark in the Ensemble Classes The Thornhill Tooters.
Ramsay Lamont even managed to birdie the first hole after getting his drive away safely down the fairway, but new Lady Captain Sheila John faced an altogether different proposition standing on the first tee Members and friends had assembled with hooters and tooters to assist the first shot - and when the ball exploded the tone was set for a fun feeling which lasted the whole day
The Tweenies are playing on thier drums, tooting on tooters, playing in the Tweenie Band, and clapping along to a song.
Pucker's promotion, led by a Sour Apple Green Volkswagen Beetle sweepstakes, will offer national support and on-premise packages including table tents, banners, posters, shotglasses, tooters, neon signs, boxer shorts, T-shirts and recipe cards.