sheeney

sheeney

(ˈʃiːnɪ)
n
a variant spelling of sheeny
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While playing left field for Baltimore against the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds on July 25, 1898, James William "Ducky" Holmes, a former Giant, responded to fans' jeers by referring to Giants owner Andrew Freedman as a "Sheeney." Freedman, who was Jewish, took exception to the ethnic slur.
Gold remarks, "You're one smart Sheeney, aren't you?" On this point, see Kane, Weasels and Wisemen, 363, n.
But if Cargin refuse to let Sheeney McQuillan, Michael Johnston and others play again for the county then so be it.
DUNDEE UTD: Comb, McQuillan, De Vos, Lauchlan, Sheeney, Easton, Aljofree, Buchan, Miller, Hamilton, Neveda.
Then, before Mayor Daley could shout Sheeney! at Senator Ribicoff, Andy had gone to the real action: Czechoslovakia, where he observed the Russian invasion and Dubcek's fall.
DUNDEE UTD - Comb, McQuillan, de Vos, Lauchlan, Sheeney, Easton, Aljofree, Buchan, Miller, Hamilton, Neveda.
It means Cargin veterans Ciaran O'Neill, a notable peacemaker during the melee on September 17, Michael Johnston, Eddie Quinn and county star Sheeney McQuillan may not play again, while St.
And his appointment by White also encouraged the return to the squad of Sheeney McQuillan, whose free-taking qualities almost grabbed the Saffrons a place in the Ulster Final at Derry's expense.
Recall the final kick of the Antrim-Derry game from Sheeney McQuillan, which Anthony Tohill blocked with the sides level?
What if Anthony Tohill had not grasped at Sheeney McQuillan's 70 yard point-bound free in the final minute at Casement Park?