jowler

jowler

(ˈdʒaʊlə)
n
a dog with prominent jowls
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"I never really thought I would use it as a career or do anything with it professionally," says Colleen,who owns and operates Jowler Creek Winery in Platte City with her husband, Jason Gerke.
They closed the tour at Jowler Creek Winery to hear more about sustainable farming while of course having a little wine tasting.
Williams, via email Back to basics TONY Crowley really should know that true back-to-back houses have no alleyway between them (A jigger, jowler and back crack, My City, March 10).
Gerke is also the owner and winemaker at Jowler Creek Winery in Platte City, Mo., located northwest of Kansas City.
Walters's position as a type, the narrator reports that she is "one of that description of females, whose vision is bounded by a mop, scrubbing-brush, and dust-pan; who repudiate rainy washing days; whose hearth, Jowler, on the stormiest night, would never venture near without a special permit; and whose husband and children speak under their breath on baking and cleaning days" (215).
If therefore Jowler finds and kills his hares Better than Meres supplies committee chairs, Though one's a statesman, tother but a hound, Jowler in justice would be wiser found.
For a detailed analysis of Hopkins' personal and intellectual relationship with Jowert, one of his principal tutors at Balliol College, see Lesley Higgins, "Hopkins and the 'Jowler,"' TSLL 31 (1989): 143-167.
But there are more than a few, including 'back crack', 'entry', 'cooee', 'eenog', 'jigger' and 'jowler.'.
You'll finish your day at Jowler Creek Vineyard & Winery, where you'll learn how they market their business and get to sample the wine (win-win).
"Ollie" didn't come from "alley", (correct Liverpool terms for this were "jowler" and "jigger").
It has been a wonderful journey through the endlessly creative language of the city (anyone know the difference between a "jigger" and a "jowler", or the origin of "woolyback"?) It's part of what makes Liverpool such a fascinating place.
Although certain vessels, as during the sailing period, were known to be "good iceboats" and many captains had earned the reputation of being successful "Jowlers," the individual sealer's chance of making a paying voyage could vary widely from year to year.