mozzie

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mozzie

(ˈmɒzɪ)
n
(Animals) a variant spelling of mossie1
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Avon is 60 this month, and to mark the occasion there's this very sweet vintage version of Skin So Soft, PS3.50 - the iconic body oil loved by us and hated by mozzies (avon.
Long spells of rain in June followed by hot conditions in July have helped mozzies multiply, according to bites expert Howard Carter.
n What's new Mozzies, midges and other pesky insects are out in force, biting and stinging on those balmy evenings, leaving red and itchy bumps.
This makes it suitable for use from age three - a great way to soothe and repair when the mozzies have done their worst.
"Imagine putting on some skrillex and all the mozzies are like 'ah f*** cant root now pack up lads'," joked another.
A source said the aim of the song was to "frighten off any mozzies".
As the wall had slowly been growing, water had begun backing up behind the wall, and throughout 2013 several avid anglers had already begun stocking the dam with fish; chief among them were bass, although many indigenous bream such as Rendalli or pinkies (Tilapia rendalli), macs (Oreochromis macrichir), mozzies (Oreochromis mossambicus) and Red-eyed labeo (Labeo cylindricus), a favoured species for bass, were also moved.
We say: We call mosquitoes "mozzies" and call barbecue "barbie" and say "G'day" for hello.
"A Tale of Two Mozzies" tells the story of a pair of mosquitoes, Dagmar and Egon, who are drawn into an exciting forest floor drama when Dominella, the wicked red ant queen, and her soldiers kill the black ant queen and take over her hill.