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Ozzie

Vox populi-UK
noun British slang for an Australian person.

Vox populi-US
verb American slang for taking drugs (after Ozzie Osbourne)—e.g., Ozzie’d.
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Aussie KidsCoconutz Conditioner, formulated to leave hair smooth and untangled.
The Aussie BBQ tour to India is supported by the Australian Government through Oz Fest India, the Australia International Cultural Council and the Australia-India Council, an initiative of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The sport's UK website calls Aussie Rules a combination of rugby, football and basketball, but the lads feel Gaelic Football is the nearest northern hemisphere equivalent.
Aussie Rules is set to end this season as a top-five European second-crop sire by money won thanks to performers such as Group 3 winner Djumama and the unbeaten Italian Group 3-winning juvenile Duck Feet.
Asked to predict the outcome of the series, Waugh added: "The Aussies have to be slight favourites.
The Aussie lead was doubled four minutes later when Mitton collected an aerial pass from the left and found the target.
Meanwhile, the euro gained against all other major currencies except the Aussie and yen.
Huddersfield are the current champions of the Aussie Rules UK Central Division and the All Stars is a team made up of the best players from each of the North East clubs (Gateshead, Newcastle, Durham, Middlesbrough and Hartlepool).
Matt Bradford, event co-organiser and the Centurions' captain, said: "This was a great way to start generating interest among young people so we can look to having junior male and female Aussie Rules teams.
And after the Aussie tail wagged to decent effect, the home side were in a good position, closing on 341 for nine at stumps.
Mary Hickman, premier Aussie specialist for Bellingham Travel and Cruise, has been recognized as one of the top five Aussie specialists in the U.