billycan


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billycan

[ˈbɪlɪkæn] Ncazo m

billycan

[ˈbɪlɪˌkæn] npentolino
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Camping equipment and supplies were: a spade and an axe, a tightly rolled swag and collapsible stretcher for each person, a metal bucket, saucepan and billycan, plastic wash-up bowls, crockery and cutlery, a can opener, a 20-litre jerry can of water and a cardboard box of canned and dried food.
Successful on Billycan as a jockey in 1979 and with Hear The Echo as a trainer in 2008, Morris sends the brother to Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Kicking King into handicap company for the first time after a fine effort in taking third place behind Teaforthree in the four-mile National Hunt Chase.
Set in 650 acres of farmland, Billycan offers fully-fitted canvas bell tents, dining under the night sky, a campfire and lovely views.
My life was only saved by a lone ranger who spotted my lifeless body, stopped his Land Rover and let me drink from his billycan.
Charlie brewed us tea on the fire he had made on his concrete verandah, the billycan resting on an old Freon fridge coil.
If I decide I want to camp out in my village I won't have filled my billycan before I'm told to scarper.
Longford company Billycan Recycling is promising to plant a tree every time the amount of cans or foil brought in for recycling reaches 50kg.
He rode Billycan to win the 1977 Irish National and his Cheltenham victories included two Queen Mother Champion Chases on Skymas.