from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A cup or goblet for drinking wine.
- n. A decorative ring or plug at the end of the barrel of a pen.
- n. A small tart or miniature pie.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A drinking-cup.
And keep an eye on what eventually happens to that titular tassie.
Taking the proceedings over is footballer (meaning soccer player, of course) Harry Heegan (Garrett Lombard), who's just won a silver tassie (read, championship cup) that establishes his prowess while also serving as a symbol of the shining prospects the nation's youth represented as they left for the battle field.
By the time it gets mashed through local (tassie) tv, it is 70% advertising, 20% bad local commentary and 10% actual vision, usually just the pit-stops …
Need POST lunch SAT venue for sherbets vefore tassie babes I guess.
By the time it gets mashed through local tassie tv, it is 70% advertising, 20% bad local commentary and 10% actual vision, usually just the pit-stops…
Jessie leaves for tassie on wednesday, so we need to do some shopping beforehand.
Apart from that glimpse of Mrs Culpepper's 'tassie', as we call such incised semi-precious carvings, the only antique I'd seen was a Newhall painted cream jug with a 'clip' handle — these are always pre-1790 and still a bargain.
The silly bitch laughingly refused to sell me her tassie ring, though — 'to keep you interested, Lovejoy'.
It appeared in the _Museum_, 1790. tassie = _a cup_; _Fr. _ 'tasse'
Have a good off season Hawk fans lol @ jack of tassie Go have a sook elsewhere.
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