XXXX, you are a pos and you lied right to the BOR panel when XXXX asked you if you kicked XXXX.
But it's no pos'-office, it's no relroad,—nothin' in Sabine.
"pos'—pos' office," replied Dave, with a wide, friendly smile.
The two pos, however, were more attached to him, and imitated his colouring.
When you're pos sessed by the devil, there's nothing, nothing, nothing you can't do!
The two pos were well acquainted with the principles of the art, and had taught in the academy of Rome.
possible, pos′i-bl, adj. that may be or happen: that may be done: not contrary to the nature of things.
The Emperor was so pleased with pos talent that whenever he was feasting or drinking he always had this poet to wait upon him.
The remaining years of pos life were spent in collecting and arranging his Complete Works.
posture, pos′tūr, n. the placing or position of the body, esp.
large river in northern Italy, from Latin Padus, a name of Celtic origin.
The symbol for the element polonium.
The symbol for polonium.
piece of shit: coffeemaker's a POS