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Drug slang
noun A regional term for a narcotics agent or police officer.
 
Vox populi
adjective Colloquial term for a falsehood or flagrant exaggeration.

noun A slang term for a masculine lesbian.
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?Handmade Burger Co., Bullring There are six different burgers on the junior menu (for under 12s), which even includes fishfingers and falafel burgers!
The listed group said in a statement: "We can confirm that Michaela Moore, who was general manager of Bullring and Grand Central, has left the business.
The Bullring said in a statement: "We can confirm there was an incident at the centre.
This transaction provides CPPIB with further scale and opportunity in Bullring and is in line with our U.K.
Following the incident, Selfridges tweeted: "We are deeply saddened by the incident which took place at the Bullring today.
Bullring is fast becoming the place to go for jewellery, shoes and accessories, with stores like Dune, Irregular Choice, Jones Bootmaker and Office already residing in the mall.
Last week, Bullring's owner Hammerson announced a new initiative to support independent retailers with brands such as Miss Macaroon and Zero Skin opening a pop-up stand there in the Upper East Mall.
I was walking towards the Bullring doors near the bull, when two of them ran through the double doors and were blocking my entrance.
Bullring bosses said the visitor numbers exceeded expectation and that trading figures had been similarly over target.
The temporary sites were marked with circular signs, erected three days before the Bullring birthday.
Coach, described as an "aspirational fashion brand", first launched in New York and the Bullring store will be its first standalone store in the region.
Tom Watson, Labour MP for West Bromwich East, took to Twitter to call on Bullring bosses to improve safety.