tewel


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tewel

(ˈtjuːəl)
n
1. (Zoology) a horse's rectum
2. obsolete an opening or orifice
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For problems at Rochdale's intermediate school, IS 72, see interviews with Larry Lapka, Sue Raskin, Anita Starr, Ellen Page, Nancy Brandon, Francesca Spero, Kenneth Tewel, and George and Beryl Korot.
According to Edmund Richardson, a fellow peeping Tom, Roger knotted a towel around Alice's neck, declaring "withoute thou will consent to have me to thi husband and that I may lye with ye I shall throtill the[e] with this tewel.
Ken Tewel to give Norris a briefing on the history and accomplishments of the Educational Partnership, now in its seventh year.
Tewel, "The New Jersey Takeover Legislation: Help or Hindrance to Improvement in Troubled School Districts?