Ozzie


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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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OZZIE the German shepherd is the dog kennel staff thought could never be re-homed.
Since joining Heartland Sweeteners, Ozzie has tested multitudes of recipes and put his stamp of approval on those that are published on packaging, in handout materials and on websites.
Cilla and Ozzie have had a special diet since birth to enhance their coat and bone structure.
GreenSource won a gold Eddie in the "Business to Business, Construction/Commercial Design/Manufacturing, Website" category, and a gold Ozzie in the "Best Redesign, B-to-B" category for its January 2010 issue.
GreenSource received a bronze Ozzie Award for having the Best Use of Illustration among B-to-B publications under a 100,000 circulation for its January 2009 article, "Riding the Balance Wheel," as well as a gold Eddie Award for its website, deemed the best among Construction, Commercial Design and Manufacturing sites.
com/ or by contacting Ozzie Buckler, director, communications and public relations, at 972-497-7456.
Mary Dincau said her dog, a 2-year-old Australian shepherd named Ozzie, gets excited when she pulls out the jacket.
VE's greyhound experts Ozzie Osman and Stevie Knuckles will be providing expert commentary.
In Two-Part Gartner Fellows Interview, Ozzie Says CIOs Support Collaboration Best By Balancing Control and Flexibility in IT
16 /PRNewswire/ -- McGraw-Hill Construction's Architectural Record and GreenSource magazines have received three FOLIO: Eddie and Ozzie awards for Best Cover, Best Use of Photography, and Best Editorial Content among business-to-business publications for 2008.
No confirmation if Jose Canseco's twin brother, Ozzie, was able to sell his 1990 American League championship ring on eBay.