Kowalski

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Kowalski Expression, Kowalski Soul Urge, Kowalski Inner Dream

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Definition funny of Kowalski:

urbanThe nickname given to a dependable blue collar grunt type of person always in the background doing the hard work supporting the hero, leader or boss but never getting the glory or basking in the limelight. A common name used by the American film industry for a minor supporting actor's character.

urbanBecause Corporal Bradshaw always accomplished the mission without incident or drama and never received recognition from his superiors, the platoon called him Kowalski.

urbanOne of the most common Polish surnames (quite common also among Americans of Polish origin). Used to be the most typical surname, now holds second place (after Nowak). The origin of the surname comes from word "kowal" what means blacksmith in Polish.

urbanUsed as an archetype of common citizen. "Jan Kowalski" corresponds to "John Smith" in US. Used in sample pictures of documents, credit cards etc. Often used in jokes.

urbanan unrepentent cat toy breaker

urbanFosh kowalskied poor Sammy's squeaky toy. : ( He denied responsibility, claiming "I don't have to look where I'm walking!"

songs

Songs about Kowalski:

songsGran Torino (Feat. Clint Eastwood As Walt Kowalski) by Jamie Cullum from the Album Gran Torino (Featuring Clint Eastwood As Walt Kowalski)

songsGran Torino (feat. Clint Eastwood As Walt Kowalski) by Jamie Cullum and Clint Eastwood from the Album Gran Torino (featuring Clint Eastwood as Walt Kowalski) (Single)

songsSpit It Out (Alexander Kowalski Remix) by Iamx from the Album Spit It Out

songsKowalski by Primal Scream from the Album Vanishing Point

songsHidden Houses (Alexander Kowalski Remix) by Dave Gahan from the Album Bottle Living (U.S. CD Maxi 42671)

songsNasty Girls (D.Kowalski Remix) by Mika Materazzi Hectik Rivero from the Album No More Nasty Girls EP

songs2000 Guns (Alexander Kowalski Remix) by Sono from the Album 2000 Guns

books

Books about Kowalski:

booksKowalski Series Bundle 1: Exclusively Yours\Undeniably Yours\Yours To Keep (The Kowalskis) by Shannon Stacey (Jun 8, 2014)

booksTaken with You (Kowalskis) by Shannon Stacey (Mar 25, 2014)

booksUndeniably Yours (The Kowalskis) by Shannon Stacey (Jan 24, 2012)

booksAlone with You: Book 6.5 of The Kowalskis by Shannon Stacey (Feb 11, 2014)

booksFalling for Max (The Kowalskis) by Shannon Stacey (Jul 29, 2014)

booksLove a Little Sideways (The Kowalskis) by Shannon Stacey (Nov 26, 2013)

booksExclusively Yours (The Kowalskis) by Shannon Stacey (Dec 20, 2011)

movies

Movies about Kowalski:

moviesGluck - Orfeo ed Euridice / Haenchen, Kowalski, Webster, Royal Opera Covent Garden 2001 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 20 mins Starring: Jochen Kowalski, Gillian Webster, et al. Directed by: Hans Hulscher

moviesKiller Kowalski Shoot Interview Pro Wrestling 2010 NR - Runtime: 59 mins Starring: Walter "Killer"Kowalski Directed by: Customflix

moviesRock Soup: The Lech Kowalski Collection 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 21 mins Starring: Various

moviesBoot Factory: The Lech Kowalski Collection 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 28 mins Starring: Various

moviesBob Ross Presents Flower Painting Instructed By Artist Annette Kowalski: "3 Hour Workshop I" -

moviesMozart - Mitridate, re di Ponto / Daniels, Ford, Kowalski, Royal Opera 1997 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 58 mins Starring: Bruce Ford, Ann Murray, Jochen Kowalski, et al. Directed by: Derek Bailey

moviesKiller Kowalski Shoot Interview Pro Wrestling 2010 - Runtime: 1 hr 5 mins Starring: Walter "Killer"Kowalski

wiki

Wiki information Kowalski:

Killer Kowalski
TV Actor, Person, Deceased Person

Władek "Killer" Kowalski, born Edward Władysław Spulnik, was a Polish-Canadian professional wrestler. Kowalski wrestled for numerous promotions during his career, including the NWA and WWF, and was a known heel wrestler. He held numerous...

Stanley Kowalski
Theater Character, TV Character, Fictional Character, Film character

Stanley Kowalski is a fictional character in Tennessee Williams' play A Streetcar Named Desire.