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wallies

(ˈwælɪz)
pl n
(Dentistry) dialect Central Scot false teeth; dentures
[see wally2]
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Surely after 41 years in football he should be used to dealing with wallies.
This year's "dronie" winner featured the gathering in Cyprus where dozens of red-and-white striped Wallies reached up to the hovering drone above them.
Quite a few children turned up as Where's Wallies too.
Like, last year we were, 'a bunch of wallies who weren't going to win anything' and this year people think we are going to do alright and have a strong panel.
Last year we were a bunch of wallies who weren't going to win anything and this year people think we are going to do alright, we have a strong panel.
Don't forget: it was Gordon Brown and a Scottish majority of 'nays' who defeated Eck's grand, go-it-alone plan, not those Westminster wallies Cameron, Miliband and Clegg, Commissioners for Oaths (well they make ME swear an oath whenever I hear them
I make no apology for saying that I am an Englishman who is proud of his country's past achievements and who views with horror the thought that our little country might be abolished by a crowd of arrogant wallies in a foreign country.
NOT since Noah floated his entire assets has so much twaddle been spoken by political wallies in wellies over protecting insects and other crawling things, rather than addressing the danger of flooded homes and wrecked livelihoods.
Jill Gibbon 21-5 gave the visitors a great start but the Wallies put in a solid home performance with Bob Gillfillan 21-7 to the fore in the 25-shot decision.
Well, so far, he's not turned up any Lord Lucans, but he's had more than his fair share of Wallies.
NOT WALLIES Robyn Elsender and Harry Laskey from White Mare Primary, Gateshead COVER STORY Pupils from Newcastle School for Boys with some of their favourite books SHIVER MY TIMBERS White Mare Primary School pupil Benjamin Georgeson dressed as a pirate A LINE-UP Children from White Mare Primary School, Gateshead, dressing up as their favourite characters for World Book Day HAIR WE GO Millie Carr and Dylan Lilley from White Mare Primary, Gateshead GOOD SNOOZE Pupils at The King''s School, Tynemouth, in pyjamas FANGS A LOT Sarah Phillips and Emily Marron from White Mare Primary School A NEW CHAPTER Pupils in character at Newcastle School for Boys
Sure, we've got our gangs, like the Mossley Hill Massive, the Allerton Animals or the Woolton Wallies (an awful name for a gang but they had a referendum and everybody liked the alliteration).