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noun Cocaine, see there. verb To inhale cocaine
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Frederick "Toots" Hibbert was born in the former plantation settlement of May Pen, Claredon in southern Jamaica where, as a child, he was steeped in gospel music.
Having toured with the likes of Dave Matthews, Sheryl Crow, The Who and the Rolling Stones, and shared tracks with an array of celebrities such as Willie Nelson and Keith Richards, Toots' latest single Marley, is about the late reggae icon Bob Marley.
"I figured he didn't want to do that and he's a student and I was singing for them," says Toots. "I wanted the judge to understand that I don't want him to get 20 years in prison.
The relocation to the O2 imposed some timing limitations because of prior commitments at the venue but the show started at 8.15pm with Toots's daughter Leba Thomas demonstrating a big voice and dynamic vocal range.
Toots Thielemans was one of the world's most famous harmonica players in a career that spanned seven decades.
Theirs is a unique, original sound born when a teenage Frederick "Toots" Hibbert moved to Kingston in Jamaica in the early 1960s.
Toots follows Stacey like a shadow but he is still getting used to Paul even though they have lived together for over 10 years.
Everyone should make an effort to see Toots & The Maytals play at least once in their lifetime.
His band, Toots and the Maytals, are currently celebrating their 50th anniversary with the biggest UK tour they have ever done.
And on saunters Frederick 'Toots' Hibbert, humming some of the most famous hums in reggae and he's off.
Figure 1: English pseudo-plurals: Noun A DIVE 'the act of diving' PE 'a Hebrew letter' SPECIE 'money in coin' TAP 'a light rap' TAW 'a marble' TOOT 'a blast on a wind instrument' YAW 'an angular displacement' Noun B DIVES 'a rich man' PES 'part of the hind limb of a vertebrate' SPECIES 'a category of biological classification' TAPS 'a bugle call' TAWS 'a whip' ROOTS 'a woman, girl' YAWS 'an infectious disease' Figure 2: English quasi-pseudo-plurals: Noun A ALA 'a Sumerian drum' BU 'a Japanese coin' CRU 'a French vineyard' DA 'Brit.