cuz

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cuz

(kʌz)
n
1. NZ a term used by a Māori to refer to or address a family member
2. Austral a term used by an Aboriginal person to refer to or address a family member
[shortened from cousin]
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Pa's got a few buckshot in him; but he don't mind it 'cuz he don't weigh much, any- way.
It's part of the 'Cuz I Love You Too Tour' and sees her return to the UK after selling out shows in minutes earlier this year.
"We are excited as hell to have 'Cuz' here," Draymond added.
He said: "I've only met her three or four times but every time she sees me she goes 'Cuz!', which is great."
The close harmonies, the distribution of workload (equal, with everyone taking turns), the arrangement (with one low horn and two higher ones), and the styles are all familiar and meet their spoken goal: "to furnish some amusing music for three horns." I've got awe for Shaw--cool is the rule, and these Trips are hip 'cuz swing is the thing, and 120 is plenty.
'cuz what if I get into a long discussion and someone asks me a question I can't answer?
'Cuz that's why other folks vote for other people - because they look like them," the New York Post quoted the actor as telling the publication.
'Cuz That's Just My Way is a rhyming picturebook about self-discovery.
"For God's sake, North, you don't think he left 'cuz you broke some window at the library, do you?"
"Never go to loud clubs, 'cuz it's bad for your ears.
Well hold onto your chains, 'cuz young French Canadian buck Pierre-Luc Gagnon has joined 'Reem and Surriel and the boyz as a full-fledged City Star.
Numero-tre must have broke the mold when he came along, 'cuz he puts the F in freak.