Teazer


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Tea´zer


n.1.The stoker or fireman of a furnace, as in glass works.
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While Jones and his mask were walking together about the room, to rid themselves of the teazer, he observed his lady speak to several masks, with the same freedom of acquaintance as if they had been barefaced.
It was only when Cassandra rang that I realised she was the current Teazer.
As the name suggests, the Teazer consists of baked potato slices, topped with melted cheese.
You might have been disappointed by other sparkling tea-based beverages that have tried to steal you away from the soda that you grew up with but TeaZer (get it?
At tranquil Teazer World Tea Market, painted in butternut and spring green, relax next to a bubbling fountain and sip one of dozens of loose teas.
Tickets are priced at BD2 and resident band Wallfreak and resident DJ Teazer will also perform on both nights.
February 16, 1962 A Gainsborough painting was taken from Huddersfield Art Gallery and in its place was left a copy of Teazer, Huddersfield Technical College's rag magazine
In 1996, for example, at the height of Spice-mania, her old glamour photos emerged and were published in Teazer porn magazine.
Two bands, Teazer, and Social Disease, will be perfoming on the night and there will be a raffle and a rock diso.
Ice Cream Maker Launches Refreshing New Beverage with July 29(th) as Official Iced TeaZer Try Day
A barbecue, bouncy castle and face painting were among the attractions for younger visitors to The Wallace in Keresley, while older ones were treated to live music by Coventry band Teazer and replays of England football matches over the past 40 years.