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trouse

(traʊz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) Brit close-fitting breeches worn in Ireland
[from Irish and Scottish Gaelic triubhas: compare trews]
trousers, trouse - The singular of trousers is trouse.
See also related terms for trousers.
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99, Toys R Us Kitty Trouse, aged seven, says: "I like the switch that changes the scenery and the light-up controls, but the slide comes off and other bits kept falling off.
The oed quotes a 1630 jest that 'a jealous wife was like an Irish trouse, always close to a man's tail'.
Cooper AW, Trouse AC, Dumas WT (1969) Controlled traffic in row crop production.
The robber, a black man, burst into the newsagents store in Trouse Lane, Wednesbury, shortly before 6am on Wednesday, and demanded cash from the till.
Trouse & Humbert (1961) indicaron que un valor normal de la [rho]b en vertisoles con selva mediana perennifolia es de 1 a 1.
No obstante que la DAp se incremento con el tiempo, aun no se acerca al nivel critico para las raices senalado por Trouse y Humbert (1961), donde el total de espacio poroso decrece aproximadamente el 50% y el porcentaje de aire por volumen decrece a menos de 10%, en todos los suelos que trabajaron.
Heather Hadlock also reveals an important historical shift, this time by tracing the changing significance of the trouse r role.
The men made off in the direction of Trouse Lane and it was only afterwards that the woman discovered her savings had disappeared.
He wrote: "My out on life changed completely in 1975 a prison governor Leicester gave me book, The Rag Trouse Phila He wrote: "My outlook on life changed completely in 1975 when a prison governor in Leicester gave me a book, The Ragged-Trousered Philanthe thropists, by Robert Tressell.
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