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suck the kumara

To fail in some way. Primarily heard in New Zealand. If I don't turn this paper in on time, I'll really suck the kumara.
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He tested the theorem for the Nigerian economy in seminal articles "A Financial Management Analysis of Nigerian Economic Situation: Problems and Solutions" in the Nigerian Journal of Financial Management (1982) (1) and "Empirical Testing of the Kumara Swamy Theorem of Inflation and Gap: Nigerian Economy in Perspective" in the Journal of Financial Management and Analysis (2009) (2).
Al-Qahtani and other government officials have always been of immense help to our community," said Kumara.
Chef Suresh and Chef Kumara have crafted an exclusive a la carte menu with 'sambols,' 'mallums,' and more to bring home the delicacies of the coast with authentic spices and traditional style of cooking.
Tharanga, who celebrated his 26th birthday yesterday, scored 101 not out off 143 balls and enjoyed partnerships of 97 for the third wicket with Mahela Jayawardene (48 not out off 46 balls) and 70 for the second with skipper Kumara Sangakkara (20).
Chamindra Kumara, 30, originally from Sri Lanka has been a house driver for a family in The Springs for the last four years.
Herman Kumara, a Sri Lankan farm activist, attended the Terra Preta forum.
Ravindra Guruge; music, Premasiri Khemadasa; art director, Jagath Imbulpe, Kumara Karawdenlya; choreographer.
We thought Brooks would go right to the rack,' Kumara said.
Barbara Kumara, Chopra Center certified instructor.
The 34-year-old, from Stoke-on-Trent, died in February 2001 after he was struck several times by female elephant Kumara, who had a history of violence.
A ZOO was yesterday made to pay pounds 75,000 after a keeper was killed by a dangerous elephant called Kumara.
Sisiran Kumara, 37, and his son Navindu, aged five, of Beughton Road, Rugby, were also in Market Place to see the swicth-on.
Sainsbury is exclusively stocking a New Zealand sub-tropical sweet potato called the kumara.