beardie


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beardie

(ˈbɪədɪ)
n
(Animals) a bearded collie
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Wolverine star Hugh Jackman only made it to No6 in the beardie top 10.
David Threlfall with a Leicester accent plays DCS David Barker, and a beardie John Simm stars as Dr Alex Jeffreys.
It wouldn't cost anything because publicity-whores like the Great Cheesey Beardie would donate phones for free in return for being photographed wearing a Guardian Angels beret as he handed over a Virgin weapon to a would-be crime-fighter.
RICH KID Uihlein has led a privileged life like ginger beardie Richard Branson, below
Northern Irish beardie Martin Mor joins Justin Moorhouse, Andrew Bird and Kiri Pritchard-McLean, who is also previewing her Racist, Sexist, Comedy Show at the Rose Villa Tavern on Wednesday.
After all, it surely has a higher proportion of beardie readers than any other UK newspaper.
Monty, a giant schnauzer, Ginny, a whippet cross, and Porter, an old beardie cross, were put through their paces on live television.
The dogs - a giant schnauzer, a whippet cross and a beardie cross - can change gear, steer and apply brake.
Motorbike riding, beardie TV cooks Si King and Dave Myers arrived in Cardiff with a show part slapstick, part stand up and with a little bit of cooking thrown in.
Imagine the scene in your local pub, with not a beer paunch in sight, and all the beardie tickers (real ale spotters) looking like 1980s versions of Arnie Schwarzenegger.
She said: "Quizzing is fractionally more male-dominated and gladiatorial than professional rugby league and populated by beardie geeks and anoraks, with halitosis and low-level jobs, maybe because they spend every spare minute hoovering up obscure facts in order to clean up at pub quizzes.
And the hometown blues deepened yesterday when golden boy Lewis Hamilton, olden boy David Coulthard and beardie boy Jenson Button all fell short of their personal targets.