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polly

(ˈpɒlɪ)
n, pl -lies
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an informal word for politician
Translations

polly

n
(inf: = parrot) → zahmer Papagei
(Austral inf: = politician) → Politiker(in) m(f)
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He married a woman called Pollie Jagger in 1899, and David knows that the couple had a honeymoon in Blackpool, because they had a photograph taken there.
Pollie owned one prized possession, a Jones sewing machine, and this has passed down to one of David's cousins.
Inside this, Pollie wrote her address, presumably the place where she was in residence as a domestic servant, at the time she met Arnold.
Sadly, Pollie died not long after the birth of their daughter Kathleen in 1902.
Pollie Jelfs is the first to admit that being a working mother is hard, but for her it's the best of both worlds and it's clear that she loves her role at Fusion Building Consultancy.
It was in 1995, following the completion of an honours degree in building surveying at Bristol's University of the West of England that Pollie moved to Birmingham to join its burgeoning property scene.
"I love this city," says Pollie, who was born in Ross on Wye and now lives in Worcestershire with her husband and two-year-old son.
Before joining Fusion, Pollie enjoyed a six-year tenure at CB Richard Ellis where she was an associate director, working on flagship projects such as Star City and Five Ways Leisure.