asquat

asquat

(əˈskwɒt)
adv
in a crouched down manner
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The whole damn world asquat. Let's ourselves squat a little and I'll tell you about my most interesting sherriffing case."
THEY'RE not the laughing policemen,those English bobbies who have been given a new 'unisex' helmet.The headgear is asquat,toughened version of the traditional 19th-century design.Chief constables favour the new design,but PC Jason Hunt of the City of London Police,speaks for many beat bobbies.'I take great exception at being made to look a laughing stock by having to wear this ridiculous item.'