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drop trou

To pull down one's pants and underwear (where "trou" is short for "trousers"). I hate having to drop trou during the physical examination at the doctor's office.
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They recognised its distinctive shape and, realising it was the only trow left, embarked on a restoration project to preserve this piece of history.
Cllr Trow, cabinet member for culture and core council services, said the vote to select him as the new council leader would see a continuation of the party's management of the authority.
At a private meeting on Monday the new leader of Sandwell's local Labour group was named as Councillor Steve Trow.
Heartbroken Amy Trow, 26, from Wrexham, lost her daughter Dakota Roberts in December, following a life-long battle with multiple illnesses.
Next week, councillors will discuss the future of the Waters Edge pub at Trow Lea, which faces being bulldozed to make way for a 23-apartment, three-storey complex.
Motivated by a desire to create a sense of safety for those affected and their children, Richard Trow and colleague Rodney Madden set out to find a better way to process crisis payments for people experiencing family and domestic violence.
A global investment management company, TROW has assets under management of USD810.8bn as of 31 December 2016.
And astronomer Allan Trow captured these beautiful images on Maerdy Mountain, Rhondda.
And while plans are still at an early stage, Allan Trow, manager of Dark Sky Wales, said he is optimistic the project will go ahead.
THERE was a letter in Tuesday's paper sent in by Kenny Surtees regarding Helena Trow, the six-year-old little girl where the NHS needs a scan machine which could help her and any others with the same condition (Gazette, 09.05.15), all for the sake of, PS175,000, not a lot of money in today's values.
Trow, 55, of West Boylston passed away Monday, Dec.
But the most infamous ghost that haunts the house is the Trow, which is the Shetland equivalent of a Scandinavian goblin or giant.
Duckham, Senior Attorney, Trow & Rahal, P.C., will speak at a 2-hour webcast entitled “Immigration and Compliance in 2013: What You Need To Know Live Webcast.” This event is scheduled for July 17, 2013 @ 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (ET).
The ever-expanding energy category is about to make a sea change, says Robert Trow, Rocasuba's chief executive officer, noting that the Spot On Energy Patch offers a viable alternative for the health-conscious energy seeker.
The ball hit the post and skidded across the face of the goal where Chris Trow poked it past the keeper to put Crown ahead.