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Aussie

A slang term for the Australian dollar.
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Ozzie had used a leafblower to clear snow from cars in the past but the quantity of snow brought by the Beast from the East meant that the results were far more spectacular this time around, Essex Live reports.
Ozzie, from Notting Hill, West London, came face to face with Khuram Butt as he, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba ran amok in Borough Market.
Ozzie wept last night as he said he wished he could have saved more victims.
"After the whole situation I actually sat back and thought, 'Oh, my God, I've saved these people.'" Ozzie, of Earls Court, London, also said he was relieved when the attackers were shot dead - and he added: "I could even see fear in some of the police's eyes."
Ozzie was a character for sure, but he was a reliable member of the team at the Life.
As Ozzie navigates school (the bullies, as well as a potential new love interest, Calvin), work (where he often sees Tommy's mom) and friends (including gender-bending Lua), he also travels from therapist to therapist (reluctantly) to deal with issues relating to Tommy, his parents' rocky divorce and a plane crash that nearly took his life.
Ozzie is a stranger to Beacon, yet slowly begins to feel accepted, and his bro-ish boss (a very funny Michael Cassidy) is even more out of place in the small town, which finds it difficult to accommodate his paleo diet.
The film stars Ozzie Aziz and Aware Xan and was released in March, 2006.
The fund will aid in the care and support of Coral Springs resident, Oswald (Ozzie) Checa, who was recently diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of Lymphoma.
Lou Piniella and Ozzie Guillen are two of these three.
But perhaps most salient is the third, that he thought his mother was a virgin and that she thought her son was God since it invokes the historical/theological debate that Roth's protagonist, Ozzie, has with Rabbi Binder and that causes him so much strife.