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Po·la·ri

 (pə-lä′rē)
n.
A British argot associated especially with gay culture and the theatrical world, including words derived from a variety of sources such as Italian, Romani, Yiddish, and British rhyming slang.

[Polari, to speak, from Italian parlare; see parlando.]
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Polari

(pəˈlɑːrɪ) or

Parlyaree

n
(Languages) an English slang that is derived from the Lingua Franca of Mediterranean ports; brought to England by sailors from the 16th century onwards. A few words survive, esp in male homosexual slang
[C19: from Italian parlare to speak]
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FABULOSA by Paul Baker, Reaktion, PS15.99, ebook PS11.51 HHH HH FOR those wanting to learn to polari bona, and anyone interested in finding out more about Polari, which it bills as 'Britain's secret gay language', Fabulosa!
BY PAUL BAKER For anyone interested in finding out more about Polari, which is billed as "Britain's secret gay language", Fabulosa!
There's a literary afternoon tea with My Legendary Girlfriend author Mike Gayle and former Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis; poetry and wine at Kwaz in Viaduct street; a cosplay ball where you can dress up as your favourite fictional character, and Polari Up North, an evening of LGBTQ+ entertainment, poetry and comedy.
Languages spoken in the British Isles that have been made extinct include Manx - spoken in the Isle of Man until the death of the last native speaker in 1974 - and Polari.
Also desired, in the LAOF pool, is a scanning polari metric Doppler radar with proper stabilization for shipborne operations, such as the Colorado State University Sea-going Polarimetric (SEA-POL) radar.
(39.) Alcantara MA, Polari ILB, Meireles BRLA, de Lima AEE, da Silva Junior JC, Vieira EA, dos Santos NA, de Magalhaes Cordeiro AMT Effect of the solvent composition on the profile of phenolic compounds extracted from chia seeds.
Written by Barry Took and Marty Feldman, the series featured the titular Horne (who worked in Birmingham prewar) alongside a variety of colourful and larger than life characters, such as Dame Celia Molestrangler, folk singer Ramblin' Syd Rumpo, and the camp Julian and Sandy (played by Williams and Hugh Paddick), who are best remembered for their somewhat risque use of double entendres and polari (gay slang).
Written by Barry Took and Marty Feldman, the series featured the titular Horne (who worked in Birmingham pre-war) alongside a variety of colourful and larger than life characters, such as Dame Celia Molestrangler, folk singer Ramblin' Syd Rumpo, and the camp Julian and Sandy (played by Williams and Hugh Paddick), who are best remembered for their somewhat risque use of double entendres and polari (gay slang).
La competenza iniziale e finale dei ragazzi relativa all'uso delle forme di saluto 'polari' italiane e stata osservata attraverso due differenti test, costituiti da immagini che mettevano in scena sette incontri sociali, differenti per i rapporti di dominanza e per il grado di intimita tra le persone rappresentate.
New Writer Awardee 2010 KIRSTY Logan, from Glasgow, released her first short story collection, The Rental Heart and Other Fairytales, in 2014 and it won the Scott Prize, Polari First Book Prize and the Saboteur Award.
Ha estudos, como o de Polari (2012), que revelam que tais insuficiencias, em ambito institucional, vem atreladas aos agentes do ambiente politico, visto que qualquer mudanca estrutural requer esse apoio.