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pouters

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The analysts redefine global pouter as the "ability to create and sustain effects" of all kinds in each of the Air Force's operational domains, an ability based upon global vigilance and global reach.
But with players like Darren Clarke and Ian Pouter still below him in the rankings, based on prize money won during the qualifying period, Dougherty could face a tough fight to keep hold off his place.
Those who have crossed the Scottish boss in the past have lived to regret it - even David Beckham (right), who was brilliant at crossing - but the Portuguese pouter appears to have gone unpunished despite his touchline tantrum.
Cat was certainly more than just the sulky pouter portrayed by the programme and the Fash focus fixation was overplayed.
Failing that, what would the pouter have in store should she win?
If we're not taking in the content then ITV management can say, get rid of the expensive foreign bureaux and hire the latest pouter, with no reduction in viewing levels and therefore no drop in advertising revenues.
She was a bit of a serial pouter and very possibly paranoid, but Di was in a different league from old Camilla.
The 31-year-old professional pouter was not her usual, erm, gracious self when she showed up at Heathrow airport this week.
Along with my fellow guests, who included actress Sarah Parish, model Lisa Butcher and professional pouter Catalina Guirado, I was treated to champagne, tea and scones and goodies from MAC.
The Horseman Thief Pouter birds - Scotland's national breed - are regularly used to seduce rival breeders' hens.
Petulant pouter Cat took exception to us spotting - and reporting - the starlet trying to persuade actor Ben Chaplin to leave the Pirates Of The Caribbean aftershow party with her.
SCOT Gordon Brand Jnr was cruelly denied his first title victory in more than seven years yesterday when Ian Pouter snatched the Italian Open by a stroke in Sardinia.