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groom

noun A man newly married, or about to be.

verb To prepare a person for a particular job or role.
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For the last 12 years, she's been coaching inmates on the right way to clip, bathe, brush, manicure and groom the canine companions of deputies and support staff on the ranch-like jail grounds.
The animal that viewed the scratching display usually began to groom the indicated spot, even if he was already grooming another part of the gesturing chimp.
Tokens that did not follow the gender logic of the woman's engagement ring might be more acceptable to prospective grooms, and thus the industry did not adopt one particular style.
Grooms rings, the article argued, helped to "build up the romance and sentiment that r ightfully belongs to the jewelry craft.
According to Kathi Gatelis, co-founder and personal trainer, "Brides and grooms have a lot to do to prepare for the big day.
Fit Wedding offers highly qualified, experienced personal trainers to help brides and grooms get in the best shape of their life for the wedding day.
Photo: (color) Volunteer Debbi Gomez grooms 6-month-old Angel as shelter manager Gail Miley and Angel's owner, Mary Jo Madison, watch.
The last three pets that Mary Jo Madison adopted from the Lancaster Animal Shelter, she had to pay a pet shop to wash and groom.
The monogamous prairie vole, for example, grooms more around his mate than around other females.
The PHAST-48V is the industry's first OC-48/STM-16 SONET/SDH framer that processes and grooms virtual tributaries for bandwidth-efficient access and metro applications.
the world's leading interactive services company, through the launch of an area on AOL Keyword: Men, which is dedicated to grooms (AOL Keyword: Grooms).
com this month, they have been paid the ultimate compliment others move onto field such as "For the Groom" magazine, celebrity wedding planner, Colin Cowie's "For the Groom" book (Dell) and Martha Stewart's For the Groom tips.