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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!
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For ideas on retaining "old and charming", get off the keester and do research.
For more information on Quagga, please contact Tim Keester (tim.
Best friend Ron Keester recalled him this way: ``You could not argue with him because he could really turn things around on what you said.
Tony Walton's spare hut haunting set makes the place a holy sanctuary, dominated by Casey Stengel's desk and the spirits of all the dearly and not-so-dearly departed managers who ever parked their keesters on his leather chair.
While I know that they, like me, are up to their keesters in alligators, they'd best remember to also worry about draining the swamp.
Hate and intolerance took it on the chin Wednesday, knocked on their keesters by a couple of hundred school kids.
The inspiration and idea became a message that went up on a billboard Wednesday, a message strong enough to knock hate and intolerance on their keesters.