old sweat

old sweat

n
1. an old soldier; veteran
2. a person who has a great deal of experience in some activity
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There was something reassuring about the old sweat twirling his tash in the shop window that encouraged young people to join up.
To counter the chilly weather, most runners arrived at the starting line in old sweat pants and sweat shirts that they discarded once the race began.
The authors also suggest integrating micro-fluidics with the biofuel cell to supply fresh sweat to the fuel cell while directing away used, old sweat to help improve its performance.
OLD SWEAT: Roo was put in shade by Lingard (far right)
You might want to wear some old clothes, such as an old sweat shirt, to wear at the start and to warm up in, and throw away once the Run has started.
"Old Bill," the old sweat tells his mate who one suspects is far from happy with his situation.
How will you bring together people of good faith with resources, training and good old sweat equity that are necessary to turn visions into reality?
I graduated from Barry Boys' Comprehensive and studied at the South Wales Echo where I am now an old sweat. It would have been an unequal conversation.
This is what training racehorses is all about: one old sweat nursing another old sweat back to full health and fitness at the age of 11 and seeing him win a handicap hurdle by eight lengths.
The smell almost always disappears with a shower or bath, but can return rapidly, especially if a person puts on unwashed clothes covered in old sweat and bacteria," says Dr Harish Sidhwa, senior consultant internal medicine, Fortis Hospital.
Tammy Williams, president/CEO of $61 million Best Advantage Credit Union, is a credit union old sweat who is using her vibrant energy to bring a fresh look to the credit union blueprint.
And while cash donations are important, contributions of talent, equipment, dedication and plain old sweat are even more important.