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Aussie

A slang term for the Australian dollar.
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Best if the Aussie press keep quiet, otherwise it might be pointed out that they were only in the final thanks to referee decisions (definitely v Scotland and arguably against Wales).
FREDDIE FLINTOFF lobbed a grenade into the Aussie camp before the Ashes by insisting: "There is nothing there.
Meanwhile, Glasgow Tigers yesterday stepped up their search for a replacement rider after confirming popular Aussie Kozza Smith's season is over.
Campbell and Younger combined to put Australia ahead in the fourth quarter, with strong defence handing the Aussies the eventual victory.
But the world knows we are serious contenders now and we've put a bit of fear into the New Zealanders and Aussies.
Your relatives think you sound like an Aussie each time you call them since they don't understand any single word you say.
Meanwhile going into the Third Test at Perth it has been one way traffic with England friendless at 5/2 and the Aussies well backed at 4/6.
AUSSIE legend Mark Waugh reckons the Ashes series will be tight - but is backing the Baggy Greens to edge it.
Dhananjay Mahadik made the cardinal mistake of dwelling too long on the ball with two Aussies in proximity.
Sydney, June 8 (ANI): Despite two Aussie soldiers being among the ten NATO troops who were killed in separate attacks on a bloody day for NATO in Afghanistan, the Australian administration stands firm on its commitment to NATO.
Lesson three is teaching every Aussie youngster the politically incorrect way to extract the Michael after stuffing the whingeing Poms at anything from pontoon to rugby, with the Ashes holding pride of place.
In the recently concluded test series in India the Aussies were thrashed.