sandshoe


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sandshoe

(ˈsændˌʃuː)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) Brit and Austral a light canvas shoe with a rubber sole; plimsoll
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sandshoe

[ˈsændˌʃuː] nscarpa di tela
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When Laurie was a small boy, his father took him out on his first shoot, had him pull tiny joeys from the pouches of shot mothers, and then showed him how to "snuff 'em" by crushing their heads with his sandshoe or bashing them with a rock.
Their long-anticipated debut album does, indeed, have echoes of Gary Light-body & Co, especially on breathy songs like The Flying Rodleighs and Sandshoe Blisters.
The formulaic nature of some songs detracted from the strong melodies but the fragility and passion of Ian Morrison's vocal helped break that trend on Maybe and Sandshoe Blisters.
Other phrases are a SANDSHOE CRUSHER - a ball that hits the batsman - and SILLY MIDOFF, a fielder perilously close to the batsman.
Tales of old Miney Mo and Jack Craster's shop fill my memory bank Sandshoe Sammy.
And nobody will comment on the black girl's sandshoe on the seat, either.
Sitting crossed-legged, near the large sandshoe box
If your child has to wear shoes, Black suggests a thin-soled sandshoe or even a pair of slippers.
But this time, the manky old sandshoe is on the other foot.
Now, we are told, the size eleven sandshoe with the flab flopping over it is on the other foot.
She said: "He was wearing a bow tie but when I looked down at his feet I noticed he had on sandshoes but no socks.