pozzy

pozzy

(ˈpɒzɪ)
n, pl pozzies
a variant spelling of possie
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There were performances by the Tinny Mafia, Bella, TJAN, Ms Banks, Flosha, Sona, with additional opening acts KC Pozzy and Sean Dampte to list a few and surprise appearances of the night were WizKid, Falz The Bahd Guy, Basket Mouth and Lotto Boyz.
Naidu earlier served Talent International, AEG Ogden, Tyco Retail Solutions and Pozzy Location Intelligence.
Samuel-Jean Pozzy (Pozzy is the French spelling, Pozzi, which he adopted as an adult, the Italian) was born in southwestern France in 1846 in the capital of Perigord, Bergerac.
The track (or the road, or permanent way, as the Underground refers to it), consists of two running rails (on which the train wheels run), a pozzy rail, and a neggy rail.
He was in a great pozzy turning for home and Steve was really happy with the way he was travelling, then he ducked left and Steve went straight on!
Pozzy,(141) the First Circuit held that a defendant's pregnancy ordinarily cannot justify reducing a long prison sentence that the Guidelines would otherwise require.(142)
The intuition that Pozzy sets an unjustifiably harsh rule is understandable, and critics of the Guidelines sharply attacked it.
Pozzy,(87) the First Circuit held that pregnancy is not an appropriate basis for downward departure from the applicable guidelines range.
The Commission has taken no steps, since Pozzy, to reassess the guidelines' silence on the question of pregnancy.
To be true to the sound, this should have been spelt 'pozzy' to show how children shortened the word 'position'.