keyster

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!

keyster

verb
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Judge Andrew Keyster is still deciding on what rank the former traffic officer could have achieved if his career had not been interrupted.
That is the voice of the European people," she said.The Parliament expressed their support by signing a statement by Avaaz, an organization that campaigned nationally on behalf of Palestinians.Veronique de Keyster, Vice President of the Middle East Committee and member of the Socialist group, praises the political courage of MPs and assured her groups support of the Palestinian request.
10x Marketing, LLC has introduced Keyster, a new software program that automatically tracks search engine rankings for websites on thousands of keywords.
Keyster is designed to automatically measure and then systematically improve a website's search engine rankings on keywords that matter the most.
"The average cost of purchasing keywords using pay-per-click bidding advertising has more than tripled in the last few years," said Keyster software architect and veteran search engine developer Richard Stauffer.
Keyster is the first search engine software program that takes any keyword list and instantly generates a search engine market share report.
By following the simple steps recommended in Keyster's online communications and updates, customers can dramatically increase their search engine market share.
10x Marketing has repeatedly achieved groundbreaking results for their clients using its proprietary Keyster technology.
Keyster is a database driven application that runs on Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Windows XP.
Keyster was designed to be "polite" to search engines.