- n. soccer someone connected with Newcastle United Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
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- n. rugby league someone connected, or formerly connected with the Western Suburbs Magpies, as a fan, player, coach etc.
“Magpie is relying on the network and reputation I have fostered to help promote their sponsors, sponsors that I personally cannot vouch for.”
“Magpie is too young to get any of this yet, so we’re safe for a while.”
“He had met a wonderful woman named Margaret aka Meg aka Maggie aka Magpie who had made him see the benefits of the natural life.”
“Elaborating on the revenue stream concept I mentioned earlier, I found Be A Magpie, which is an ad network for Twitter.”
“Mr. Connare, 48 years old, now works at Dalton Maag, a typography studio in London, and finds his favorite creation -- a sophisticated typeface called Magpie -- eclipsed by Comic Sans.”
“Now the Magpie was a trendy bar ( "Rumpole would turn in his grave") and the court business was not like the old days.”
“On a visit to a store called Magpie, he fell in love with a chandelier made of Barbie legs and milk-bottle caps.”
“The album called Magpie, is simply excellent and anyone into folk / rock music similar in style to Damien Rice, Ron Sexsmith, Ryan Adams, David Gray etc, will simply adore this album especially tracks 7 and 11.”
“The finger style approach I use on "Magpie" I've used on a few different songs in the past, and I'm kind of embarrassed to admit that I probably got that more from "Dust In The Wind" than from anything else.”
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