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Definition funny of Squires:

urbana salutation used most oftenly towards bredrens, and those of close relation

urban"what up my squire?"

urbanTo name a friend when you greet them.

urbanAllright their squire

urbanA last name of thieves, drunks and scoundrels. Most are men, with very few females being born to this clan. They generally live on top of barren hills and ridges, in close proximity to chicken farms. They start drinking at 10 years old, and do not stop until death. They are known to say the most nasty things imaginable, but are amazing lovers, yet rarely father children.

urbanThose Squires' from the ridge are hard cases. They stole all me wood that was leanin against me shed. That Squires just called me a horrible name, and told me I was worthless. He then spit in my mouth. But I still love him.

urbanA squire is a word used when you can't remember, or don't want to use someone's proper name.

songs

Songs about Squires:

songsChristmas In The Country (feat. Terry Blackwood, Lisa Daggs, Buddy Mullins, Squire Parsons, Ann Downing, and Sarah... by Lisa Daggs, Buddy Mullins, Squire Parsons, Ann Downing, and Sarah DeLane Bill & Gloria Gaither Featuring Terry Blackwood from the Album Christmas In The Country

songsToo Much to Gain To Lose - Squire Parsons by Squire Parsons from the Album A Tribute To Dottie Rambo

songsWhat a Savior Medley: Who Am I / He Came to Me / Oh, What a Savior (feat. Janet Paschal, Squire Parsons, Guy Penrod... by Anthony Burger from the Album Hands of Time

songsAmazing Grace (Feat. Squire Parsons) by Howard Goodman Featuring Squire Parsons from the Album Ultimate Gaither Collection

songsComfortably Numb - feat. Chris Squire (Yes) & Alan White (Yes) by Chris Squire (Yes) & Alan White (Yes) from the Album Re-Building The Wall - A Tribute To Pink Floyd

songsScoundrel and the Squire by Falconer from the Album Black Moon Rising

songsThe Bad Squire by Chumbawamba from the Album English Rebel Songs 1381-1914

books

Books about Squires:

booksThe Squire by Shawn Lane (Dec 30, 2008)

booksThe Squire and the Scroll by Jennie Bishop, Karen Rhodes and Preston McDaniels (Jul 1, 2004)

booksThe Squire's Tale (The Squire's Tales) by Gerald Morris (Apr 28, 2008)

booksSquire Chloe's Demon: A tale of wishes (Tales from the Lands - Fantasy Series) by Harper Peace (Jul 29, 2014)

booksSquire's Fundamentals of Radiology: Sixth Edition by Robert A. Novelline (Apr 29, 2004)

booksThe Squire, His Knight, and His Lady (The Squire's Tales) by Gerald Morris (Apr 28, 2008)

booksSquire's Fundamentals of Radiology by Robert A. Novelline (Jan 15, 1997)

movies

Movies about Squires:

moviesSquire Rushnell's Kingdom Chums: Original Top Ten 1992 NR - Runtime: 52 mins Starring: Debbie Boone, Marilyn McCoo, et al. Directed by: Rick Reinert

moviesStar Trek - The Original Series, Vol. 9, Episodes 17 & 18: Shore Leave/ The Squire of Gothos 1966 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins

moviesSing Along Earth Songs Sesame Street Characters; Emily Squires - Directed by: Emily Squires

moviesChris Squire: Instructional Bass 2008 NR - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Chris Squire

moviesStar Trek - The Original Series, Episode 18: The Squire of Gothos 1994 - Runtime: 46 mins Starring: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, et al. Directed by: Don McDougall

moviesKnights of the 21st Century the Training of the Knight 2009 - Starring: Dr. Roy Smith Directed by: Jim Weaver

moviesCharlie Rose with Peter Dawkins, Andrew Blickhahn, Kit Raven Bukowski, Marietta Mercer Squire, Marcia Reyes, Nancy... 2006 - Runtime: 57 mins

wiki

Wiki information Squires:

Blackpool International Airport
Airport, Location

Blackpool International Airport was an international airport on the Fylde coast of Lancashire, England, in the Borough of Fylde, just outside the Borough of Blackpool. It was formerly known as Squires Gate Airport. With aviation roots that trace back...

Squire

Beginning in the Middle Ages, a squire was the shield- or armour-bearer of a knight. At times, squires acted as a knight's errand runner or servant. Use of the term evolved over time. Initially, squires were a knight's trainees/apprentices. Later, a...