billycan


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billycan

[ˈbɪlɪkæn] Ncazo m

billycan

[ˈbɪlɪˌkæn] npentolino
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Our room at the Billycan was just lovely, with modern oak furniture, the comfiest bed in the world covered in a crisp white duvet, and a sleek bathroom with double walk-in shower and complementary products.
Doesn't this younger generation realise that battles have been won on the strength of a billycan of tea?
Morris, who rode Billycan to win the Irish National in 1977 and trained Hear The Echo to claim the prestigious prize in 2008, paid tribute to his late son, Christopher, who died last summer from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning while travelling in South America.
The Irish National has been a lucky race for Morris - he won it as a jockey on Billycan back in 1977 and saddled Heat The Echo to land the spoils in 2008.
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.
Aunt Min always packed plenty of food and we obtained boiling water from the kiosk close to us for our billycan of tea which was in popular demand.
Billycan has escaped to a distant swampland where he controls a band of primitive rats, and plots revenge and conquest, training his new army for imminent attack.
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.