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  • n. A Protestant (as termed by Roman Catholics)


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  • I look forward to a Supreme Court that is one-third Jooish and zero-thirds Proddy.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Obama’s Diverse Shortlist

  • Of course the DUP will refuse to ackowledge it because 'their man' wasn't involved as an independent church witness --which, if I were Harold Good --as the Proddy representative-- would have me squaring up to Paisley asking him exactly what he thinks is insufficient about the Methodist President's objectivity.

    random acts of spontaneous decommissioning

  • If she was a Proddy, she would be a Chocolate Orange.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • Notice you werenae breakin 'intae any Proddy church heidquarters.'

    Boiling a Frog

  • Proddy is sure this won't happen and so those three rows are ruled out, leaving only the options in column X.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • Since Proddy does not know the numbers, the product of which he has been told must be the product of at least two triples.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • But you can only say that and sound confident if you choose to ignore the other half of the equation: the Proddy bigots who worked so unforgiveably hard to beat and burn the Catholic population into the nasty, desperate little corner where they re-discovered the IRA.

    Army Rumour Service

  • I'm not sure who can have composed it ... looks superficially like a piece of Proddy polemic.

    The Continuum

  • Furthermore, we are in serious trouble when a piece of Biblical truth, whether phrased eloquently or haltingly, is dismissed with the partisan expression: "Proddy polemic."

    The Continuum

  • 4 DO describe the SNP or SSP as being the ‘Proddy Party’ to private audiences of Catholics.

    Business Leaders Endorse the SNP

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