thwart \THWAWRT\, verb:
1. To oppose successfully; prevent from accomplishing a purpose.
1. Passing or lying crosswise or across; transverse.
Thwart relates to the Old English theorgh, "cross," though the verb form didn't come into usage until the 1500s.
the first time you vote after turning 18.
yeah, i turned 18 las year, so this election i can lose my voting virginity
- Levelland UFO sighting: several separate witnesses in Texas claimed to have seen, late at night, a bright egg-shaped object near which their car engines died (1957)
- Lady Chatterley's Lover: in Britain, publisher Penguin Books was found not guilty of obscenity for printing the D.H. Lawrence novel (1960)
- Daniel Boone 1734
- James Knox Polk (U.S.) 1795
- Warren G. Harding (U.S.) 1865
- Paul Ford 1901
- Burt Lancaster 1913
- Ray Walston 1914
- Ann Rutherford 1920
- Charlie Walker 1926
- Earl "Speedo" Carroll (The Coasters) 1937
- David Stockton 1941
- Shere Hite 1942
- Stefanie Powers 1942
- Maxine Nightingale 1953
- Matt Sorum (Guns N' Roses) 1960
- k.d. lang 1961
- Bobby Dall (Poison) 1961