semie

semie

(ˈsɛmɪ)
n
(Education) archaic Scot the historical name for a student in the second year at a Scottish university
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One reported reason behind the argument was a video shared on the internet by one Semie Samson, a Pakistani who lives in the US and posts controversial videos in the Urdu language on YouTube.
Robinson said: "I said sorry to Semie (Otsemobor) because I've kicked the ball at him a little bit fiercely just out of frustration.
8.58 (480m): Killyfad Lass, Istumochara, Rhincrew Hannah, Ballymacdoe Yank, Effernogue Semie, Sanita (w).
7.22 (480m): Shaw's Black, Istumochara, Sugarland Rumble, Stripes, Stay On Maldini, Effernogue Semie.
Graham HowsonOs Tinrah Lad (43.52sec, +30) got the better of Hesley General by a head after a protracted battle in the 700m final, but the victory was overshadowed by the injury sustained by heavily-backed favourite Semies Count at the second turn.
Semies Count (9.10pm) was turned over in the heats of the 700m but if turning up for the final, having been scratched from three races recently, he looks the one to beat.
Now if the Waterford footballers beat Tipp in Sunday's Munster SFC clash Kerry may look for home advantage in the semies in a show of solidarity to the hurlers.
n SEMIES COUNT, trained by Andy Johnson, was a late non-arrival withdrawal from Hove's Sussex Cup heats last night.
Should the Giants fail to make the semies then it would be no surprise to see Whistle take the action he has threatened.
He confirms one non-runner Semies Count, non-arrival.