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 claimed the powdery nature of the snow made it easier to clear than the usual wet snow and added that it was also more spectacular for anyone watching him work.
Karl Thompson with his 21 month-old guide dog, Ozzie, who was attacked by another dog while | |out walking Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY 300914GUIDEDOG_02
One-year-old Ozzie was on the operating table on Tuesday, when Roxanne Mobasser from Broad Lane Vets, in Lime Tree Park, spent two hours carrying out exploratory surgery.
Editor's note: Ozzie Zehner's article "Nuclear Power's Unsettled Future" was published in the March-April 2012 issue of THE FUTURIST.
What Ozzie Guillen really needs to do is know when to be quiet.
That doesn't mean the PC dies, that just means that the scenarios that we use them in, we stop referring to them as PCs, we refer to them as other things," The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Ozzie, as saying at a technology conference in Seattle.
LITTLE Ozzie proves it's a dog's life as he lazes on holiday with his copy of the Echo.
The dog looked just like our eight-year-old male, Ozzie, who we had to put down Dec.
For more than 20 years, the Eddie & Ozzie awards have recognized the best work across all types of magazines, and in the process have become the industry's largest and most prestigious contest celebrating editorial and design excellence.
Ozzie, a 600-pound male Aldabra giant tortoise currently lodged at the Santa Clara Animal Hospital, is at least 150 years old - or so his owners were told when they purchased him from an Indiana circus.
Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said Ray Ozzie would not be replaced, raising questions about the leadership and direction of the world's largest software company after a string of high-profile departures.