"This went from the nether regions of the Internet to mainstream political debate," Pfeiffer told the half-full briefing room.
He is also nicknamed Chief Kiael, but nether neither he nor anybody else seems to be the chief of SUWU.
Somewhere in the nether regions of his pitiless heart, the ancient patriarch knows he cannot live forever.
It quickly becomes way too apparent that this is not a scenic romantic vista, but rather code for Harding's own nether regions.
She just sits in a pool of water and spreads her legs, using her nether regions as bait.
He spoke easily, but with a nether torment of longing to look at the newspaper lying open on the counter.
The adder (nieder or nether snake) saying that he is mud, and will be mud.
A nether moment and that huge barrier would be interposed forever between him and his enemy, the prisoners' friend.
She might be good, but she had now a heart as hard as the nether millstone.
It does not appear that any of their parents had offended the cowardly tyrant, whose heart was harder than the nether mill-stone.
Old English niþera, neoþera "down, downwards, below, beneath," from Proto-Germanic *nitheraz (cf. Old Saxon nithar, Old Norse niðr, Old Frisian nither, Dutch neder, German nieder), from comparative of PIE *ni- "down, below" (cf. Sanskrit ni "down," nitaram "downward," Greek neiothen "from below," Old Church Slavonic nizu "low, down"). Has been replaced in most senses by lower (adj.).