Football manager hilariously reveals he picked up his wife Sandra's passport by accident during EPIC airport blunder Lisa Faulkner and John Torode team up to present a Sunday morning cooking series I'm just an Olympian that's also gay," the skater, who's making even more history this year as the oldest American skater to make his first Olympic team in more than 80 years—at the age of 28—told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. For an earlier discussion of the word see our Word of the Month article from December About the origin of this word 'Digger' A bogey hole is a 'swimming or bathing hole'.
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By the s the verb had developed a more specific sense: The Danish royal looked fresh faced as she cuddled up to Cassidy the horse and offered her a smooch. In early use bikie often referred to any member of a motorcycle motorbike gang or club - often associated with youth culture. Throughout the history of the word, most bludgers appear to have been male. First recorded in the s the term can still be heard today. Notorious nude athletes.
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None of the wine he reviewed ever cost more than ten bucks a bottle. Ewa Klobukowska, a Polish sprinter, was among the first to be ousted because of that test; she was reportedly found to have both XX and XXY chromosomes. In some regions boomerangs are decorated with designs that are either painted or cut into the wood. On her arrival here she found him living with another woman by whom he had several children, and from whom he was necessarily obliged to part, not, however, without very candidly forewarning his wife, the present complainant, that he would make her as miserable as a bandicoot. Arvo, smoko, garbo, journo. The term is usually used attributively.
A reasonable chance, a fair deal: One explanation for the origin of the term is that it comes from the name of the convict William Buckley, who escaped from Port Phillip in and lived for 32 years with Aboriginal people in southern Victoria. The American word appears to be a variant of geck , a Scottish word from Dutch meaning 'a gesture of derision; an expression of scorn or contempt'. Attenborough Quest Under Capricorn: The two athletes share what Smith calls a "strained and strange" relationship. The way these bloody Nips go on.
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