beezer


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beezer

(ˈbiːzə)
n
1. old-fashioned Brit a person or chap
2. (Anatomy) old-fashioned Brit the nose
3. Scot an extreme example of its kind
adj
old-fashioned Brit excellent; most attractive
[C20: of uncertain origin]
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Branded as an "animated kitchen-sink comedy", it follows an unemployed North Dubliner caller Beezer, his son Sean Og, and his grandad Tom and their life in the fictional suburb of Abbeydale.
I would track the adventures of Ginger in The Beezer although his modern counterpart would have to be a Harry.
30 (440m): Ollie's Lad (Scr), Ellie's Icecream (1), Emily's Assasin (1), Scarbrough Fair (2), Beezer (3), Ken's Lad (6).
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Momma Lynn Founder and CEO, Michael Decker said, "We were fortunate to work with some very talented people including some of John's friends and family on this album, like Seattle guitar wizard, John Leighton Beezer and Kingsley's nephew, guitarist David Kingsley.
Said E, Beezer A and Osbourne P (1993 [2004]) Orientalism and after.
My friend Chuck Beezer, he has a pig farm up by Blackfoot, I said.
For weeks they'd been promised a BEEZER TREAT and now here it was, the first Beano, with a Free Whoopie Mask as well.
Beezer Dies; Judge on 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, L.
The Dandy has outlasted children's comic titles such as the Beezer and the Topper by 20 years or more.
Zaman F, Beezer AE, Mitchell JC, Clarkson Q, Elliot J, Davis AF, et al.
But one of the problems with going bald is that you tend to have hair that sticks up like the father in the Tom, Dick and Harry cartoon in the Beezer comic so I am a regular visitor to barbers these days.