smokie


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smokie

(ˈsməʊkɪ)
n
a smoked haddock
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THE black market trade in smokie meat could be worth millions of pounds to the Welsh rural economy if it was made legal.
1 NIGHTS B&B PLUS TICKETS TO SEE SMOKIE IN CONCERT Letterkenny FROM [euro]92.
A concerned member of the public, who sent the photographs into the ECHO yesterday, said that a man was attacked in Smokie Mo's on Saturday night.
Elvis Summers of Los Angeles struck up a friendship with a 60-year-old homeless woman named Smokie who had been sleeping outside in the dirt just a few doors down from his Los Angeles apartment.
IT is 20 years since a fatal accident robbed the music world of the talents of Smokie lead singer and guitarist Alan Barton.
Cut bacon into strips long enough to wrap around little smokies, and secure 1 piece of bacon around each little smokie with a toothpick.
SMOKIE With chart-topping hits such as Living Next Door to Alice, Lay Back in the Arms of Someone and If You Think You Know How to Love Me and constant tours of the UK and Europe, Smokie continue to be a popular draw.
The 2012 line-up features David Cassidy, Leo Sayer, Hot Chocolate and Smokie - four acts with no less than 36 top ten hits between them.
But I know that it was Smokie, that bunch of likely lads from Bradford, who older Mirror readers will recall as a blur of feather cuts, tank tops and crushed velvet on Top of the Pops in the Seventies.
The Once In A Lifetime tour coincides with the latest trend for all things retro and features four famous pop names of the era, David Cassidy, Leo Sayer, Hot Chocolate, Smokie.
London, Jan 5 (ANI): Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has invited British rock band Smokie to play at a Kremlin dinner.