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ronnie

(ˈrɒnɪ)
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dialect Dublin a moustache
[C20: from Ronald Colman (1891–1958), debonair moustached British film actor]
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"Ronnie, you are a few minutes late but we're not in the least cross with you.
"Ronnie," she said, "I don't know whether you have met Surgeon-Major Thomson in France?
"I have put you next Miss Conyers, Ronnie," she remarked, "because we give all the good things to our men when they come home from the war.
Tell me why you are so interested in Ronnie Granet?
One morning before her class starts, Rosa was resting and sleeping on a bamboo sofa inside her classroom when one of her pupils, Ronnie hurriedly entered the classroom and accidentally bumped her knee.
SHAND Ronald (Ronnie) aged 72 years (ex Grampian Fire Brigade).
Highlights include Swinging Doors by Jerry Lee Lewis, The Legend Of Bonnie And Clyde by Tammy Wynette, White Line Fever by The Flying Burrito Bros, Honky Tonk Night Time Man from Lynrd Skynrd, Life In Prison by The Byrds, Everybody's Had The Blues by Brenda Lee, Mama Tried by Grateful Dead and I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am RONNIE LANE: JUST FOR A MOMENT - MUSIC 1973-1997 (UNIVERSAL) Ronnie Lane was bass player with the Small Faces and the Faces and the writer of iconic songs Ooh La La, The Poacher and Itchycoo Park.
Singer Ronnie Liang takes his dream to new heights now that he is on his way to becoming a commercial pilot.
Dad-of-three Ronnie Perring was diagnosed while on a family holiday in 2014 and was forced to give up running hisLadbroke Grovebusiness, The Flowered Corner, when he was just 41.
There was outrage when the Record told the story of Ronnie Hawthorn, who has Down's syndrome.