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Dutch

noun A slang term for a bisexual man.
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For the third year, the festival committee has selected artists to be the recipients of the Going Dutch Festival commission, which includes financial and technical support of their new work, to be premiered at the June festival.
The average cost of a meal for two in a mid-range restaurant is around PS40, so unless you're going Dutch, there's going to be no offer to pay for both of you to impress your date
In Going Dutch, editors Joyce Goodfriend, Benjamin Schmidt, and Annette Stott, plus twelve other scholars, work to examine and evaluate some of the contributions and overall importance of the Dutch in America from the time of Henry Hudson's voyage for the Dutch East India Company up to the twenty-first century.
0 In the Netherlands, it is only a few decades since the Dutch have been 'going Dutch': the possibility of women paying for themselves was mentioned positively from the 1950s onward, and in the 1980s, a woman who did not pay her share by buying her round of drinks every now and then was even called a parasite.(36)
ELGIN, IL Side Street Studio Arts (SSSA) is proud to announce the artists of the 9th annual Going Dutch Festival, a celebration of the female voice in dance, music, theater, and the visual arts, to be held June 21-23, 2019 in various locations around downtown Elgin, including the Imago, Martini Room, and SSSA.
GOING Dutch proved the perfect tonic for Holmfirth racer Joe irving.
GOING DUTCH: Desiree Chavas practises her balancing act, right, while Angelo plays it for laughs Pictures: GAVIN TRAFFORD
ALBION will be going Dutch as part of their preparations for the Premier League.
GOING DUTCH: Amsterdam is offering free bus tickets home instead of jail to small-time crooks.