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tinnie

(ˈtɪnɪ)
n
(Nautical Terms) a variant spelling of tinny7
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Just as kids get to the August bank holiday and realise with a shudder that their holidays are all but over, so would the rest of us have to accept that going to work in shorts and having an open tinnie on our desks at 10.30am was no longer on.
"We'd play games like kick a tinnie, which was basically hide and seek with football." Kirstin: "I didn't think my parents were overly strict, but I knew there were boundaries.
The committee consisting of Harold and Florence Hartin, Wayne and Dolores Dry, Lyle and Betty Ernst, Bob and Tinnie Moss sang, "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" ...
Previous winner Laura Mvula - who has four nominations - and charttopper Tinnie Tempah will also join him on the bill.
In his June 29 guesting at the show, Geisler was accompanied by his older brother, two-time Olympian Donnie Geisler and PR manager Tinnie Esguerra.
Agents: Tinnie Chan Sassano, Compass; Brad Bateman, Stribling.
Then there is the stretch from Town Terrace behind B&Q past the town ground up to Carr Pit, a great area for observing the wildlife ie, the greater spotted glue sniffers and the random insult-throwing tinnie brigade.
'' '' He stunned Tinnie Tempah by pulling a chain through his own neck
Australian English sometimes uses the suffix "-ie" — such as barbie for barbeque and tinnie for a can of beer — which helps to explain where "selfie" may have come from, Pearsall added.
Check in, park up, plug in, fill up the water tank, and on with the barbie and the gas stove for a cuppa - or maybe even a 'tinnie' with the boys.