bazoo


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bazoo

(bəˈzuː)
n
(Anatomy) a US slang word for mouth
[C19: of unknown origin]
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He remembered our black Cafe Bizarre uniforms and how overheated they made us, and he remembered being embraced by Phil after hitting a game-tying home run to right field "that zipped about an inch above the first base bag and then rolled forever." He wrote, confirming my memory, "you and I were the only 'kids' and your brother's nickname on the team was 'The Big Bazoo,"' adding "I was so impressed with Phil and Mickey." But Johnny especially loved to recall the long drives (in Phil's LeMans!) to and from the games.
The three others, Jack Bonventre, Thomas Di Fiore and John "Bazoo" Ragano are charged with multiple crimes including racketeering and extortion for crimes unrelated to the heist, officials said.
The City markets and shopping stores are stuffed with internationally famous brands of cosmetics like Wella, lakme and jardana and men women wear like Bazoo, Lee and Wangler.
Patterson of New York City; sister-in-law, Joanne Zach of Mount Vernon, NY and her son Owen, and cats Bun Rab, Fozzie, Sully and Bazoo, and his alter ego, Little Bear.
When one stops to think about it, Times or News is easy to understand, but why do some newspapers have strange names such as Jimplecute or Bazoo? And not to be picayune, but why Picayune?