sparkie


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sparkie

(ˈspɑːkɪ)
n
(Professions) informal an electrician
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It felt like they were there just for us," said Joseph, who is known by his nickname of Sparkie.
uniquely Also in the collection are around 400 botanical watercolours by Margaret Dickinson, from Norham in Northumberland, dating from the late 19th collection history based in century and Tyneside's stuffed budgie Sparkie Williams, a national champion talker plus the trophy he won and the 45rpm Parlophone record he made.
And not bad for a business that began life out of a couple of sparkie vans In West Auckland.
ere will be a host of chivalrous activities and a multitude of medieval missions, including: Galahad's Gallop, Jester Zone, Build Glendragon Castle, e Black-Black smith's Horse Shy, Colour and Craft Tent, Target Test, Sparkie and Squirts Egg Hunt and Evies Wizard Workshop.
The 28–year–old sparkie works with the uncle of Raith Rovers stopper Dougie Hill.
But you do not, because the local sparkie has no sense of humour.
They will then be able to earn a living as a selfemployed sparkie or plumber.
The sun is setting, and I'm hoping that he's not going to accidentally give them a Sparkie card.
The story of Sparkie having his lawn mower stolen really hit home to me.
The 19-year-old sparkie said: "I was shocked when I heard we were going to London to do work for Lembit Opik.