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noun as in shirt

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In March 2017, a former Coronado Middle School student reported to school officials that the longtime head high school water polo coach, Randall Burgess, had molested him on the high school campus five years earlier, when he was 13.

I mention this because my water polo successes have been foundational to my career as a physician, and Coach Burgess is one of the most important reasons for my water polo successes.

Her daughter, Brooklyn, still wearing her red school polo, sits in her wheelchair.

“You could use 1,000 or 10,000 iBlastoids to discover something, and then you could go and test that discovery in three blastocysts,” said Polo.

I like to serve kashk-o bademjan as an appetizer before we settle in for our Nowruz meal of sabzi polo, mahi and kookoo sabzi.

The freed hostages streamed into the airport, their white polo shirts and pleated dresses stained with blood.

Harry was in Oman for a charity polo match earlier this week, the Sentebale Polo Cup.

After four years, two trials, an adoption, and multiple jury scandals, polo mogul John Goodman was found guilty of manslaughter.

For years, polo was the preserve of men—one leading female player even dressed as a man to participate.

“I think polo gets a little bit of a bad rep for the type of people that play,” Goldberg said.

While there the King divided his time between the polo grounds and the public hospital.

Why back two years ago, I used to visit old Polo Garrett, who had the concession in the menagerie tent, just to get cussed out.

He bowed gravely and continued to watch the polo with that marvellously youthful interest which was his.

If I can persuade him to store his autos and lay up his yacht and sell off his polo ponies—I'll try it, anyhow.

So he plays golf and cricket and polo in Trinidad, when, at its mildest, the heat is about equal to our August.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to polo, such as: blouse, jersey, pullover, tunic, turtleneck, and chemise.

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