shippie

shippie

(ˈʃɪpɪ)
n
slang NZ a prostitute who solicits at a port
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I grew up to the sounds of the good old transistor radio which woke me up each morning when the shippie neighbour played music from Radio Ceylon for the entire neighbourhood, as the bulk of them did not own a radio.
Ragland, Charlotte Randall, Jenna Rocker, Olivia Paige Roome, Julia Seigel, Michael Joseph Shippie, Meg Showalter, Katharine Torres.
And the old shippie who has also done a stint in the airline business, Joydeep Singh, is the one responsible for business development at Yo!
Southern Maine jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, but Worcester answered with two touchdown runs by Craig Shippie of Worcester, from 3 and 4 yards, to tie the game at 14.
Following the now traditional Spirit of Cruising dinner at the Shippies, the next day we headed into the Southern Ocean, taking full advantage of the relatively stable weather in February and March.
The Tipton-based Port and Ale All Stars football team, for whom Shane's sister's boyfriend Matthew Corns is a player, is to play another local team, Shippies United, to raise cash.
A regular in the Sydney Hobart, Mickleborough, as all called him, enjoyed holding court at his favourite watering hole in Hobart, the Shipwrights 'Shippies' Arms.
The Taste of Tasmania festival, a beer (or two) at the Customs House or Shippies (the Shipwrights Arms), a visit to the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, local Tasmanian whisky tastings, or a drop by the MONA.
At Shippies' on New Year's Eve day, the man behind the bar started to tell Gable about the Quiet Little Drink and suggested he should come along.
It all started when Tony Cable and John Dawson strode into "Shippies" at the conclusion of the 1969 Sydney Hobart race and ordered 200 beers, and requested that they keep coming.