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  • proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Alfred or Alfonso, also used as a formal given name.


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  • "" ALFIE "YACHT GEORGETOWN CAYMAN ISLANDS" - well, I can't say I know anything about a yacht named 'Alfie' in the Cayman Islands but I'll be sure to name my yacht that should I ever buy one.

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  • Anyway, wasn't this Vauxhall, or one of its stablemates, the car that Michael Caine drove in 'Alfie'?

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  • Rumour has it that little Alfie is going to join the Fathers for Justice group to protect his rights.

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  • Alfie is a trucculent, cheeky little brat and a smoker who writes (not that often) with his tongue hanging out whilst making a faint grunting noise.

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  • As it happens, Alfie is also speaking at our next evening panel ‘MoSo Rising’ on November 11th.

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  • The Good: Alfie is quite the little zealot as he sets out to prove there is no Santa.

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  • In 1975 a less successful sequel called Alfie Darling was released.

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  • Thomas, popularly known as 'Alfie', is third favourite to win this year's competition behind former Eastenders actress Natalie Cassidy, who impressed in the initial 'icebreaker' task, and Loose Women presenter Denise Welch.

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  • However, Burke has now bought a Yorkshire terrier called Alfie and joked: "Shhh. Don't tell Simon!"

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  • (Bechstein's passive-aggressive personality is difficult to portray on screen), but Miller - once typecast as the naive and sexually driven blonde, as in "Layer Cake" and "Alfie" - still manages to strip more successfully than deliver dialogue.

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