hoolie

hoolie

(ˈhuːlɪ)
n
slang a hooligan
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It was blowin' a hoolie up top so, not hanging around for long, we headed back down for a well-earned hot brew and lunch.
Six of us headed to the Island of Seil near Oban for another Highland hoolie having been assigned shopping tasks for the trip.
It was a horrible day and it was blowing an absolute hoolie down the pitch.
We played South Shields (in round three) after nine attempts and won 10-9 on penalties, we had a bye when Northwich couldn't get a team out for a Tuesday night and we beat the holders (North Shields) in a real hoolie.
Daughtery and Cherokee war veteran Hoolie Smith to solve the disappearance of rancher and geologist Frank Shotz.
Numbers toast Hoolie success Another set of owners in a happy frame of mind were the ten-strong Strength In Numbers syndicate after Blowing A Hoolie carried their colours to victory in the 2m5f mares' novice hurdle.
The human soap opera format of Balamory, as it follows the daily stories of nursery teacher Miss Hoolie (Julie Wilson Nimmo) and the other island residents, was envisaged by producer Brian Jameson as a welcome and more real-world alternative to the hyperreal world of Teletubbies and Tweenies et al.
so much so they extended their stay in Liverpool to turn their St Patrick's Day celebration into a major hoolie.
The Empire's annual New Year's Eve hoolie consistently sells out fast, so be sure to get your pounds 10 tickets early to avoid disappointment.
A Highland piper welcomes all to Cameron House on Loch Lomond, where guests can choose to celebrate the New Year at OThe Gathering of the Clans,O a formal ceilidh and banquet, or at the lively family Hogmanay Hoolie.
ENTHUSIASTIC - The Bedlington Day Centre Kurling Team based at Alexandra Park in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea THEY LOVE IT - There's no mistaking the pleasure Michael Lofthouse and Tim Hoolie get from their sport