Mackem


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Mackem

(ˈmækəm)
n
1. (Peoples) a person who comes from or lives in the Sunderland and Wearside area
2. (Languages) the dialect spoken by these people
adj
3. (Peoples) of or relating to these people or their dialect
4. (Languages) of or relating to these people or their dialect
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Noun1.Mackem - a native of Sunderland
English person - a native or inhabitant of England
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Mackem shines for Ward WESLEY WARD said the Qipco 1,000 Guineas remains under consideration for The Mackem Bullet after she brushed aside soft-ground concerns to win the Grade 2 Appalachian Stakes at Keeneland on Sunday.
Due to his no-nonsense approach and heart on his sleeve responses in both victory and defeat, only goodwill and gratitude left the Riverside with Boro's favourite Mackem.
HERE'S Kate Adie like you've never seen her before - as a 'Mackem Mona Lisa'.
The 2,800 Toon fans played their insurance Scard chanting, "You sad Mackem b***ds, you're playing our kids," and "We saw you cry on the Netflix", after the documentary charting Sunderland's consecutive relegations.
A Geordie Mackem!) He did not get his wish but he did get a home draw with Premier League Watford, which ain't at all bad.
HE'S been a Magpie all his life - but now he's backing a Mackem.
H sas "He's some horse," said Brian Ellison, speaking from Churchill Downs after saddling The Mackem Bullet to sixth place in the Juvenile Fillies' Turf on Friday.
The two-year-old showed a willing attitude to deny old rival The Mackem Bullet (25/1) close home by a neck.
She was a Mackem. I lost her in 1993 and she was one of 13 children, so imagine how many cousins I've got!
PERTH: 2.45 The Cockney Mackem, 3.20 Ocean Club, 3.55 Attaglance, 4.30 Wayne Manor, 5.05 Abbey Garth, 5.35 Ring Bo Ree, 6.05 It's All An Act.
Mackem fans have endured a bumpy ride this season with Steve Bruce's men struggling to string a sequence of results together, particularly on the road.