mooner


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mooner

(ˈmuːnə)
n
1. informal a person who wanders around distractedly or aimlessly
2. slang a person who bares or exposes his or her bottom
3. (Animals) a large dog said to bark continuously at the moon
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AN Australian streaker hits night's Eurovision Song performance by last year's The mooner sparked a he rushed on stage wrapped doing a short dance before Ukraine was hosting the pushing Oz into second place The BBC's Graham Norton viewers who were offended.
Michael Mooner (Worcester) outpointed Ollie Raindbird (Plymouth) 40-37.
STAPLETON Margaret Gran, you were truly a Once in a Blue Mooner.
John Chambers, head of S&P's Sovereign Rating Committee, blamed the downgrading on Congress's inability to raise the debt ceiling in a timely manner, yet the head mooner of the Tea Party, Michelle Bachmann, also blamed the financial crisis on Obama.
The Mooner tool is cleverly designed and well made.
Weichong Marwing took Bennie Blue to the front early and was never headed, the four-year-old reversing the form of his dirt debut with both Dynamic Saint and Mooner, neither of whom ever really threatened.
Which is why Eric the mooner will soon be getting a chum in full national soccer strip for company.
Shariff, Abusaleh, Anil Gumber, Ravi Duggal and Mooner Alam.
But to appease Valentin and family, a scapegoat was made of mooner Andone, who was banned for a full season.
I must confess, I was a bit of a mooner in my youth.
In a tripartite memorial to a pair of dead cats (Storehouse, Mooner, and Ougi, all 1990), Kelley articulated (but barely) a commentary on emotional displacement and cultural inadequacy that in the immediately preceding era of cold steel and hard cash would have been laughed out of the gallery.
One thing that puzzled many observers is that Welsh mooner Matthew Maloney, 20, was threatened with 12 months' imprisonment for showing his backside, while breast-baring 18-year-old Jemma-Anne Gunning only merited eight months' detention - a comparative bargain at four months per breast.