queenie

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queenie

(ˈkwiːnɪ)
n
1. (Animals) Brit a scallop
2. offensive a homosexual male
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And that's Queenie Colquhoun," she went on, turning the pages, "who took her coffin out with her to Jamaica, packed with lovely shawls and bonnets, because you couldn't get coffins in Jamaica, and she had a horror of dying there (as she did), and being devoured by the white ants.
58 (480m): Queenies Tommy, Philomenas Pet, Wrasybury Maggs, Drivers Gold, Soju Hipster, Swift Lampos.
39 (480m): Fire Thorn, Blackhouse Elsa, Nuthill Suzi, Muirside Domino, Swift Nasri, Queenies Hi (W).
A FISHERY producing Manx Queenies, the Isle of Man's queen scallops, has been awarded a sustainability certification under the Marine Stewardship Council programme.
Isle of Man Queenies could be set to go into UK supermarkets for the first time by the end of the year, providing a boost in profits for Manx fishermen.
However there's something else that the Isle of Man is not quite so well known for - its queenies.
11 (480m): Queenies Ace, Dreams Of Dunelm, Sunoak Freya, Killieford Codie, Ochil View Gene, Finns Molly (W) 11.
42 (480m): Queenies Joker, Target Tia, Shellam Smash, Romeo Alvaro, Troopers Silver, Blackhouse Beau (W) 11.
Herbert on a hugely successful Queenies Christmas fundraising lunch.
These queenies are thought of as being a true delicacy, with aphrodisiac qualities, full of flavour and packed with all the natural goodness one would expect of shellfish.
The factory processes the famous Manx Queenies and scallops, supplying them fresh and frozen to trade and retail customers throughout Europe.
11 (480m Handicap): Queenies Hi (W) (17), Target Reah (10), Fitfat Frankie (8), Newtown Matilda (7), Yiknaawatitis (4), No More Heroes (Scr).