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shouse

(ʃaʊs)
n
a toilet; lavatory
adj
unwell or in poor spirits
[C20: shortening of shithouse]
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Joining Contreras as new Aurora officers Monday were Mohammed Akhtar, Brandon Neuman, Joseph Salinas, Ryan Murphy, Mark Pfeiffer, Jesus Torres, Michael Shouse, David Ramos and Jacob Goehring.
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Bradley H, Mattson CL, Beer L, Huang P, Shouse RL, Medical Monitoring Project.
However, as most of these technologies are prototypes and still in the development stages, research on their use in museums is largely concerned with their design, evaluation, and usability (Bell, Lewenstein, Shouse, & Feder, 2009).
For example, the Shouse Law Group of California, which is very successful at generating new business online, has a Facebook page with cartoons, statistics and scads of glowing reviews by happy clients.
According to Paulter (2001), the propagation error generated during signal attenuation can influence both the reflectance coefficient signal used for ECw estimation (Giese & Tiemenn, 1975) and the impedance characteristic of the TDR system, thereby affecting TDR accuracy (Castiglione & Shouse, 2003; Bechtold et al.
The Collins dictionary compilers, encountering its use in the Australian vernacular, have simply decided to lump it in with other such genuine Australian slang terms for the same thing such as BOGGER and SHOUSE rather than actually do some tiresome research.
When the economy was in a slump, people weren't going to restaurants as much," said David Shouse, vice president of human services, Lodge Manufacturing.
He will be responsible for overseeing all Institute activities and programs, including the Catherine Filene Shouse Arts Leadership Program, the Paul R.
In "Feeling, Emotion, Affect," Eric Shouse writes, Deleuze's "[a] ffect is the body's way of preparing itself for action in a given circumstance.