- n. alternative spelling of gippo.
“I still remember René's anger at being taken for a "gyppo".”
“Her daddy was a gyppo logger, and she grew up from Montana to Maine in the back of a rig.”
“Also included are pieces on other truly Oregon topics: Ken Kesey, Pendleton Round-Up cowboys, gyppo loggers, and more.”
“I wouldna let 'em go t 'none but a gyppo or a friend or friend a'the lad.”
“He says ye's a right 'nuff lass, an' ye know how t 'take care of a beast-I mind ye got a gyppo there by ye, though -" he nodded towards Gwyna, who nodded back.”
“There ain't none born can take care 'f a horse like a gyppo, so's ye make sure'n lissen t' the lady, eh?”
“At the time I rationalized that it would be two or three years before the damage was felt on a large scale in the area, and I would be safely gone when a mob of commercial trappers, gyppo loggers, and fishermen tore the Riordan home apart board and nail.”
“Then I did a song about gyppo loggers written by our drummer “the jimmy roaring, the big wheels rolling, the dirt and bark a-flying”, and I could see the words burn with private meaning, with affirmation of their impoverished lives, into all those work-creased faces.”
“The steam on the highway sucked away under us, and then we began to pass cars full of families and ranchers in pickups and a few gyppo loggers that were still operating in western Montana.”
“Earlier in the afternoon a gyppo logger had told me in a bar that I might get on with a country band in Bonner.”
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Alle Menschen werden Brüder - sooner or later? Derogatory terms for anybody different.
Words from the works of Peter Reading - at least one from each (except the Schwitters-esque erosions, cut-ups etc).
Words and phrases from A River Runs Through It, & Other Stories by Norman Maclean.
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