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  • n. Plural form of Eyetie.


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  • He also seems like a down-to-earth guy, and of course, the "Eyeties" have next, since the Irish have already gotten into 1600.


  • Besides which during WW II there was considerable "racism" regarding Italians--wops, Eyeties, etc.

    Afghan prisoners: Prof. Attaran's agenda/Minister O'Connor

  • If these Eyeties sing now and then you can bet it's not "Giovinezza" but something probably from Rigoletto or La Boh'me - indeed the Post Office is considering issuing a list of Nonacceptable Songs, with ukulele chords as an aid to ready identification.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • However, the Eyeties wanted to surrender, so the officer calmly pointed East and told them to keep walking, and told them it may be a good idea to drop their weapons now in case they got mistakenly shot up.

    Army Rumour Service

  • The Eyeties weren't exactly frugal when it came to handing out awards, but the only one that matches is the Albanian medal - trophy from Op COMPASS?

    Army Rumour Service

  • Happy Sobraon Day - today is when we celebrat beating the Sikhs almost a hundred year's ago - and now these same Sikhs are part of our glorious Empire, fighting the Eyeties in Africa, and ready to hold off anyone who threatens the Jewel in the Crown!

    Army Rumour Service

  • Cut to woolly-hatted worker telling BBC reporter: "These Portugese and Eyeties - we can't work alongside of them."

    Wake Up From Your Slumber - The Truth Will Set You Free

  • Cut to woolly-hatted worker telling BBC reporter: “These Portugese and Eyeties – we can’t work alongside of them.”

    The BBC creating news to fit their agenda (part 2)


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