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n. Offensive
Variant of blacky.
References in classic literature ?
Blackie, Four Phases of Morals, Socrates, Aristotle, etc.
She said: Blackie had numerous health problems including a severe heart murmur and the vet recommended he was put to sleep on humane grounds The RSPCA has a strong reputation of re-homing elderly animals and the very difficult decision regarding Blackie was purely based on welfare grounds and would not have altered had the RSPCA known about his deceased owner's will.
John Blackie, a county councillor who sits on the national park authority, is concerned about the consequences of proposals to extend the boundaries of the Yorkshire Dales further into Cumbria and the old rival Lancashire.
The neighborhood drama played out slowly: Blackie the cat was far out on the limb of a fir tree, maybe 50 feet up.
Scooping second place was collie Labrador cross Blackie who gained 80 votes, to the delight of owner Pam Griffiths, of Norton.
Blackie was Clapton's favourite guitar, accompanying him throughout the 1970s and 1980s.
BLACKIE is a seven-year-old British shorthair cat who lives with owners Kathy and Sandy Robb in Dundee.
His IT expertise runs deep, particularly with emerging technology companies, and I know Kaseya customers and partners will greatly benefit from his involvement," Gerald Blackie, Kaseya CEO, said.
Entrepreneur Julie Blackie has founded Dressi, a website dedicated to selling clothing for glamorous occasions such as proms, weddings, and parties.
Blackie was the centre piece of the splendid Sport Newcastle bash at the Civic Centre.
LOCAL trainer Sean Walsh was the toast of Harlow on Tuesday night after Benro Blackie, a dog bought for pounds 1,000 from a Racing Post classified ad just over a year ago, landed the inaugural running of the Bigwin.
As Pinks's near-identical brother Blackie was still with the family, including children Callum, now seven, and Mikyla, five, details stored on a microchip in his body were updated to include his new address.