alkie


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alkie

alky [ˈælkɪ] N ABBR =alcoholicborrachín/ina m/f

alkie

, (US) alky
n (inf)Alki m (sl), → Säufer(in) m(f) (inf)
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And yes, the non-famous person is looked on as an alkie or junkie.
The album entitled LISBON (Live In Session, Bill's Old Nocturnes), is headed up by Bill Campbell (formerly of bands Bo Weevills, The Eggy, Coconut Mat), featuring Dave Willetts and Maurice Redhead, Kevin Dempsey (Bo Weevills, Dando Shaft, Whippersnapper, Et Al), Bill Bates (The Mood, The Eggy, Vehicle), Martin Barter (Coconut Mat, Area 51, Shkayla), Russ Aldridge(Ray White Band), Gordon Stansfield (Gazelles, Bo Weevill's, Alkie, Cool Dudes), Jim Wallace (The Zodiacs),Clive Ryder(Salmontails, Newbold, Clive & Matt Ryder), Matt Ryder (Dirtbox,Clive & Matt Ryder) and Mick Barwell (session folk musician).
Pages of anarchy tooled into lines that mimic the heartbeat pumping the nation: the sound and smell of a priest caught farting, hearing confession from an alkie barman and over the radio, racing voices, the saw-tooth judges who ruled the Fifties.
Mitchell, our old department head, the one who had "worked himself to death," according to that old alkie, Rodrigo.
Staff described her as a "typical alkie or druggie" and when referring to her Kurdish boyfriend said - "Who else is going to have her?
She's a typical druggie or alkie because she's dead skinny"
Yes, Keith, I can see how that could be misinterpreted: "Cheggers: 'It was great being an alkie -I'd recommend it to anyone
IT'S not often you'll find me agreeing with the Con Dems but I believe Iain Duncan Smith, the work and pensions secretary, is on to something with these plans to cut the alkie and druggies' benefits if they refuse treatment.
Some highlights have been unwatchable due to rain on the camera, others have appeared to be shot on a cheap camcorder held by an alkie with a bad dose of the shakes.
She's a typical either druggie or alkie because she's dead skinny" - Message inadvertently left on the answer machine of a patient by staff at the James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough.