Tassie


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Tassie

(ˈtæzɪ) or

Tassy

n, pl -sies
1. (Placename) Tasmania
2. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Tasmania
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Officers raced to the James Tassie bar on Glasgow's Kilmarnock Road in the early hours of yesterday.
Having signed off last season with a 10-length supremacy at Chepstow in April, the Tom Lacey inmate beat Silver Tassie by two and three-quarter lengths at Ayr last month on his seasonal return, and looks competitively weighted off 5lb higher.
15, speculates that the team may be established in the state of Tasmania, with the 'Tassie Taiwan Tigers' (speculative name) possibly joining the league by the start of the 2019-2020 season.
And they won the top drama award for a record-breaking fifth time when they were presented with The Wheatley Tassie at the event.
Don't allow the charming nickname of Tassie to mislead.
But it'd also be great for the Tassie Government to lay out out a few truth tablets about Aboriginal occupation, creation and resistance.
In fact, series creator Tassie Cameron told (http://www.tvguide.com/news/ten-days-in-the-valley-recap-tassie-cameron-interview/) TV Guide that Lake's disappearance is "just the tip of the iceberg." "This series dives into politics and police corruption and the drug world, all sorts of different areas," Cameron said.
He added: "Every morning, Janet usually goes to from her home to the Sir John Stirling Maxwell pub in Kilmarnock Road, Shawlands, for a cup of coffee and cake and sometimes later in the afternoon, the James Tassie public house, but she hasn't been seen in either recently."
The novel recounts the story of Tassie Keltjin, a student who leaves her family's small potato farm to attend university in the Midwestern city of Troy.
In 'Tassie Logger', she recounts that it took a full year to convince a logging company to let her work with them.