Ossie


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Ossie

(ˈɒzɪ)
adj, n
1. (Peoples) a variant spelling of Aussie
2. (Placename) a variant spelling of Aussie
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Susan's family held a summit last month with Ossie, who flew from his Dublin base to meet Susan's family in Blackburn, the tiny West Lothian village where she lives in a council house with cat Pebbles.
Ossie made sure there was no pressure on these youngsters and just let them go out and enjoy themselves.
The 2010 parade was taken over by Liverpool Culture Company and renamed the Lord Mayor's Pageant, with Ossie on board as a consultant.
Ossie becomes so threatening, she is forced to fend him off by threatening to kill their son.
Both parties agreed that this woud be the best optionCoun Ossie Johnson
As the presidential candidate from United Social Alliance, Ossie Abeyagoonasekere secured the third highest vote of 4.63%, a deciding factor in the election.
But Ossie reckons his compatriot is well up to the task.
But that was in the early 1900s - his great aunt died in 1944, well into her 80s - and by the time Ossie came along in 1920 the scene was set for a golden age of transport and a childhood fascination of trams, as he told Remember When in 2003.
Pochettino said: "I know Ossie and I have met him and the last time I played with Southampton at White Hart Lane I met with Ricky, too.
When once I thanked Ossie for being so nice and so supportive of our local station, he said: "Ruby and I travel all over the world making movies and we go where there is an audience.
Neville responded to the news by tweeting: "Congratulations Ossie, a reward for determination (and) perseverance.