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Aussie

A slang term for the Australian dollar.
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Wise-cracking Ozzies customer Lawrence McGrath ordered a Bridge pizza, telling Sunday People: "It's right up my street."
For England to beat the Ozzies in Australia will be a hell of a test.
UK sales of Australian wine are causing a great deal of concern for French wine makers, particularly as the Ozzies are gradually increasing their market share.
A goal each from Robbie Bradley and Dave Calverly helped Star Ozzies to a creditable 2-2 draw with Bee Hive while Bromborough savoured a 5-1 win against Halfway House thanks to efforts from Andy Comber (2), Steve Brookes, Mark Jones and Mark Bentley.
Ozzies have been coming "up over" to work for years, but it's only recently that working and travelling in Australia has become a reality for many young people in this country.
Gladstone Athletic profited after they won 2-0 against Champions Bar and it was a good start to the campaign for Higher Bebington RBL who chalked up a 4-1 result at Star Ozzies.
Remember the heady days of England v Poland, Hoddle's heroes against France and Italy, the Edgbaston demolition of the 'orrible Ozzies and the magnificent Bok-bashng by Johnners' juggernauts.
(72) Not all technologists have abandoned hope of creating a secure exceptional access system: see Steven Levy, "Cracking the Crypto War", Wired (25 April 2018), online: <https://www.wired.com>, archived at https://perma.cc/H3MP-VLQB (discussing a particular method for implementing exceptional access patented by Ray Ozzie).
Kempin points to a few notable departures, including Kevin Johnson, who ran Microsoft's online division but went to manage Juniper Networks; (https://twitter.com/selop) Stephen Elop , the former Office chief who went on to become CEO of Nokia; and Ray Ozzie, who Bill Gates had personally christened Microsoft's next "big-picture" guy, but still decided to leave and start his own project, a mobile communications start-up called (http://techcrunch.com/2012/12/03/ray-ozzies-startup-talko-raises-4-million-to-develop-cloud-based-mobile-backend-services/) Talko .
Like all of Ozzie's padders, it is a one-man operated machine.
Ozzie's new product--the Micro Padder--is designed for smaller diameter pipe or tight, confined spaces.