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black·y

also black·ie  (blăk′ē)
n. pl. black·ies Offensive
Used as a disparaging term for a black person.
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Among the highlights of the event was the granting of monetary rewards amounting to P11,224,980 to 18 confidential informants, with aliases "Let-Let", "Bobords", "Boy", "Vin", "Baco", "Ed", "Sam Milby", "Daine", "Zaido", "Blacky", "Albobu", "Teddy Bear", "Tikboy", "Batuzai", "Gawed", "Cardo I", "Cardo II", and "Apog" through Operation: Private Eye.
The rest of the monetary reward was divided to informants with aliases Let-let, Bobords, Boy, Vin, Baco, Ed, Daine, Zaido, Blacky, Alboby, Teddy Bear, Tikboy, Batuzai, Gawed, and Apog, through the 'Operation Private Eye,' an incentive scheme encouraging citizens to report suspected illegal drug activities in their communities.
The suspect identified only as George and popularly known as Blacky was gunned down at his house in Allidina area at around 4.
Most of the ducklings were yellow, however two ducklings were blacky, brown.
President, Edo Market Women Association, Mrs Blacky Omoregie commended the Vice President for visiting the state and ensuring the scheme was implemented in the state.
The protagonist and first-person narrator, named Wiola after the author, describes this world as she explores it with her cat Blacky: "I learned to climb haystacks, apple and cherry trees, piles of breeze blocks; I learned to keep away from limestone pits hidden by blackberry bushes, from hornets' nests, quagmires and snares set in the grain fields." After Blacky's death, Wiola's grief dissipates only when she wins a statue of Jesus at a church lottery, a totem which awes her friends as well as the women gathered at her home for a feathering evening (they are breaking up feathers to stuff pillows and duvets) and a deity to which Wiola earnestly prays, hoping that He can resurrect her cat.
When Blacky (not his real name) speaks, he reveals two missing teeth, perhaps testimony of painful beatings on the wrong side of the law.
'Swingtime' is a good trailing one for hanging baskets with a big white frilly skirt, 'Blacky' has larger than usual blooms with lovely dark petals, and I also like the delicate white ones, such as 'Annabel', enhanced with soft pink tints.
Swingtime is a good trailing one for baskets with a big white frilly skirt, Blacky has larger than usual blooms with lovely dark petals, and I like the delicate white ones, such as Annabel, enhanced with soft pink tints.
"Blacky shouted he wanted him to get up the wing, and I said 'Blacky, he's been up all night, you can't expect miracles here."