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josser

(ˈdʒɒsə)
n
1. Brit a simpleton; fool
2. Brit a fellow; chap
3. (Christian Churches, other) Austral a clergyman
[C19: from joss + -er1]
Translations

josser

[ˈdʒɒsəʳ] N (Brit) → tío m, individuo m
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From Declan, Jabba and Josser IRVING - SEAN, January 11, 9 years today.
So when we left for the office dinner-dance - dancing to the Josser Accordion Band, vol-au-vents optional - and she was sporting an unusually becoming outfit I knew she was making another point.
Both Paul Hennessy and Pat Curtin have increased the size of their teams, with Hennessy adding Tyrur Paddy and Tyrur Lee to Lightning Josser who has already been trialled around Wimbledon.
The Arc winner slammed the Paul Hennessy-trained Lightning Josser by seven and a half lengths, looking on tremendous terms with himself.
Josser - Story of a Circus Girl, Nell Stroud - pounds 6.
Meanwhile, Paul Hennessy is a late addition to the Irish raiding party for the William Hill Derby, yesterday sending over Lightning Josser to have a trial around Wimbledon last night.
Cricket has become so multicultural a game that I can rarely watch for more than a few minutes without remembering the poor old josser I was sat next to at the Arms Park getting the shock of his life.
The Shane Murphy-trained star boasts an impressive record of seven wins from 12 outings and can continue his winning ways at the expense of Lightening Josser in the opening quarter-final.
ONCE upon a time there was a neighbourly old josser name of John Greenleaf Whittier, a dab hand at bashing out verses for the improvement of his fellow Americans.
Each of the eight heats have their own particular attractions and a few likely winners are Goldstar Lee, Selecta Sun, Lightning Josser, Magna Vaughan and Farloe Rooney.
Others to keep in mind for this Classic are Swahili Eile, Lightning Josser, Geneva Captain, Large Mac, Macniler and Farloe Rooney.