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gussie

(ˈɡʌsɪ)
n
(Animals) Scot a young pig
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DUNDEE UNITED have sold their Gussie Park training facility to Tannadice director Mike Martin for PS1million.
When a perfectly delightful trip to the countryside takes a turn for the worse, Bertie Wooster is unwittingly called on to play matchmaker - reconciling the affections of his host's drippy daughter, Madeline Basett, with his newt-fancying acquaintance, Gussie Fink-Nottle.
22 JUNE 'Gorgeous' Gussie shocked the crowds at Wimbledon.
Open competition: execution of works on development of design and working documents for the reconstruction of capital construction highway khabarovsk - lidoga - vanino with access to komsomolsk-on-amur on the site of a bridge across the lake gussie.
Rare figures like Mother Mouse and Gussie can sell for several hundred pounds.
If you like reggae and the Dub music scene then put your hands together for Gussie P who will be performing in Nicosia tomorrow, and if you like R&B played in the old school way, then put any remaining hands up for Mix FM's Old Skool R&B gig that will be going down on Saturday in Larnaca.
1949 WIMBLEDON was shocked by American tennis player "Gorgeous" Gussie Moran's lace-trimmed knickers.
Laugh-out-loud moments are constant, including Thorpe as Wooster's chum Gussie Fink-Nottle attempting to find a hidden diary in a woman's stockings - while she's wearing them - and the diminutive Ryan mimicking towering fascist thug Roderick Spode using a stepladder and a large suit, while Webb's braying laugh and perfectly-timed deadpan suit Wooster well.
Do you, for instance, remember Gorgeous Gussie, the American player?
He was born in Bridgeport, CT the son of Louis and Gussie Shapiro, was raised in Brooklyn, NY, and had lived most of his life in Flushing, NY before moving to Worcester 15 years ago.
Linda Siegal who had a clothing malfunction in 1979 and, left, the shocking undergarments worn by Gorgeous Gussie Moran in 1947