millie


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millie

(ˈmɪlɪ)
n
(Peoples) informal derogatory Ulster a young working-class woman who dresses in casual sports clothes
[perhaps from mill worker]
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Millie earned a bronze medal in table tennis, silver in the shot-putt, and made a 3k run.
Just hours earlier, Millie's nursery had called to say that she was having breathing difficulties.
While most teenage girls will experiment with a little make-up, 13-year-old Millie absolutely plasters it on; but all for a very good reason - to make people laugh.
Millie has a nose for the bigtop industry - it's red and very shiny - and that's hardly surprising.
Her owner Kim Gilder said: "Millie has been visiting the ward for a couple of years.
Now Millie, 16, has fulfilled her dream of meeting the band, made up of Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jesy Nelson.
But just hours later, Millie, who was 15 years old at the time, was injured when a suicide bomber detonated a device in the foyer of the arena and underwent two operations to remove nuts and bolts from her legs, and had tinnitus as a result of a perforated ear drum.
P7 Wishaw Academy pupil Millie spends all her pocket money on giving to other people, from buying toiletries to make up care packages for charities to donating food to homeless people.
It quite literally squashes and stretches as it bounces!" She handed Matias and Millie some chalk.
In a video to support World Children's Day on November 20, Millie said she had symbolically changed her name to Millie Bobby Blue.
In the footage Millie runs out into the road and is caught by Jones, who grabs her and punches her multiple times in the side, before pulling her back to the pavement.