wiss


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wiss

(wɪs)
vb
to urinate
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I hear a song sparrow singing from the bushes on the shore -- olit, olit, olit -- chip, chip, chip, che char -- che wiss, wiss, wiss.
"I wiss Sylvie was a little more dreamy," said Bruno.
"We did want to endanger spectators at the Pana Labor Day parade," Wiss says.
Wiss, currently head coach of top-flight side Ilves, told MailSport: "It used to be that Finnish footballers were quite athletic.
Former Plastofilm employees scattered to other companies after George Wiss retired and the company was sold and resold to a series of buyers.
Wiss brought many RDW clients up-to-date in the ever-changing world of social media with effective and successful marketing and social media strategies.
Additionally, screw-lidded jars under the Familie Wiss brand name are available.
Cooper Tools just announced two new Wiss Vertical Snips--the MSR and the M9R.
But the Finns coasted into the lead on eight minutes when Lehtinen touched in a Jarkko Wiss set-piece.
Session 3 on bonding anti-vibration systems will include the following presentations: "Rubber-to-substrate bonding agents for antivibration systems with particular reference to bonding performance under new test criteria," Torsten Wiss and Wolfgang Weimar, Henkel, Germany; and "One-component bonding agents--technology for anti-vibration automotive parts production," Aissa Benarous, Chemical Innovations Ltd., U.K.
Pursuant to Rule 3-7.10, Scott Lawrence Wiss of Massapequa, New York, has petitioned the Florida Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.