kiester

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!

kiester

verb
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Fritz Knaak, former GOP state senator, attorney:I'm not a plaintiff's lawyer, but I could give a rodent's kiester what the tort reform group and the insurance industry thinks of us, to be honest.
See Kiester, supra note 18 (highlighting recognition of cooperative collaboration as foundation for E.S.C.S).
It is also known as a pain in the kiester to machine, and SIG clearly has those problems solved, as the SRD556-QD is superb.
Conversely, a 'rules-based' approach creates a 'safe harbor.' "Just do X and Y, and your kiester is covered." And finally, "rooted" in the current '40 Act fiduciary standard: as opposed to letting the securities industry draw up its own 'fiduciary' standard.
The Farming of Yesteryear show, Kiester, Minnesota, is one of those.
With suspected recent and potentially sudden losses in native US turtles due to over-exploitation and habitat-related disturbances (Kiester and Olson 2011), an assessment of their known distributions patterns is warranted.
Kiester (1971) also mentioned a similar pattern when he compared continental maps of amphibian and reptile richness with the mammal maps of Simpson (1964), and noted that mammal richness was more closely related to topography than amphibian and reptile richness.
White, D., Minotti, P.G., Barczak, M.J., Sinfneos, J.C., Freemark, K.E., Santelmann, M.V., Steinitz, C.F., Kiester, A.R.
(6.) This research approach resonates with the study undertaken by Kiester (2008).
Ontogenetic shifts in use of habitat are related to differences in thermal preferences (Paulissen, 1988; Law, 1991), predatory pressure (Stamps, 1983), intraspecific interaction (Schoener, 1977), and selection of habitat (Kiester et al., 1975).
And it keeps me from dangerously hanging my kiester over the roof edge to clean my gutters.
It would be easy to disparage this book as yet another set arbitrarily selected episodes from history, but Craughwell and Kiester have done a far better job than most authors working this genre.
Cyrus kicks herself in the kiester ripping off Ke$ha on her anemic redux of "Tik Tok" called "Permanent December." Alongside thumping, pumping synths, Cyrus annoyingly raps, "I've been to London, been to Paris, Australia and Rome/There's sexy boys in every city but they're not what I want." This must be impossible for her core fans to relate when their idea of a tourist destination is the local mall on the weekend and notion of a sexy boy is a nonthreatening, squeaky clean pinup like Justin Bieber.