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  • n. Plural form of Heinie.


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  • The movie gallops ferociously with plot-it starts as a war picture, with Barthelmess as Tom in the trenches of World War I, fighting the "Heinies" - he gets set up, and his act of heroism is claimed by the son of a rich man who's just plain yeller. DVD News and Reviews

  • As this little convoy, carrying one mounted .30 caliber machine-gun, approached the camp gate, the alarming sight of a large number of armed "Heinies" in the outer yard of the great camp was noted, but Lt. Luby took exactly the right action.

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  • We had secret hopes of taking prisoner some of the "Heinies" whom we could almost hear breathing out there in No Man's Land.

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  • WW: My wife and I had a tacky slang contest and this little song was born: "Heinies and Shooters with Hotties at Hooters."

    Kimberly Brooks: First Person Artist: Wayne White

  • When I returned, I saw no less than 3 empty Heinies by his dozing feet.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • The shutterbug swarm of "locusts" gave chase, but apparently they were only after the Heinies.


  • On the other flank Steve's Heinies came frequently but never delivered a knock out blow while Leigh's attack proceded relentlessly in the face of terrible casualties.

    Camp Cromwell Bulletin 14/04/05

  • The Tiger disposed of the US front line defence then camped behind a wood just within 40cm of an objective while the Germans waited for the Heinies to do their stuff.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • The Germans counterattacked the tanks with Heinies, artillery, a puschkin & an 88 on the edge of its range.

    Archive 2005-06-01


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