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school·ie

 (sko͞o′lē)
n.
A fish, especially a young fish, that swims in a school.

schoolie

(ˈskuːlɪ)
n
1. (Education) a schoolteacher
2. (Education) a high-school student
3. (Education) a holiday away from home in which large numbers of school leavers join together
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Designated Leavers Entertainment Zones will once again be set up in Dunsborough and Rottnest to provide schoolies with a safe and positive environment.
Like the schoolies prank everyone has heard of--the one that happened at a friend of a friend's brother's high school involving stolen roadworks signs, the cling-wrapping of the principal's car, detergent in the water fountains or cows being led upstairs--the term's meaning changes a little bit every time it comes up, with each new reference to it incorporating some truth, some myth and a lot of suspension of disbelief.
Sam and Steven Smith fished Druridge with plugs but could only find a few schoolies but Les Straughan, fishing Sunderland SA's match, took one of 4lb 8oz.
But I wonder if he remembers his afternoon at the Royal Court and the gang of schoolies who couldn't believe their luck?
We won't see them in numbers here until the first schoolies arrive in early May.
Sydney woman, 18, returned home from schoolies in Bali permanently blinded after drinking cocktail containing methanol.
Sydney, Dec 3 ( ANI ): Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic has defended getting a lap dance at schoolies week, saying he was simply enjoying himself.
Losing it is about four girls, who plan to lose their virginity before Schoolies week.
The DrinkWise media releases coincide with either prominent cultural events associated with alcohol (such as the Spring Racing Carnival or Schoolies Week) or the publication and launch of DrinkWise's research, campaigns or events.