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  • In order to do him service, they should rename Hilton Head as Wilson Head, the Univ. of South Carolina should become the fightin 'Joeys, the sons of the confederacy should replace MADD, the and the capital should be renamed Wilson Dormitory.

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  • And her order, the Sisters of St. Joseph, affectionately called the Joeys, are still very much involved in teaching and working with the poor.

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  • The "Hopper" box can record six shows simultaneously, and its recordings can be accessed from smaller boxes, called "Joeys," that can be distributed around the house.

  • The Joeys were another type, the kind who see heckling as a job -- part of their responsibility as fans, done seriously, with spirit but without bile.

    Bronx Banter

  • For instance, this paper said that farming would not develop, and anybody was a fool to indulge in farming while poor farmers had to remain the "Joeys" of the manufacturers, the secondary interest.

    Australian Politics

  • If what Page forecasted takes place the time will come when everybody in Australia will have to turn over his quota of exportable surplus to some sort of a marketing agency which will sell it abroad for what they can get, and then the proportion for home consumption will be sold to the working men in the cities on terms which Page believes will make the farmers something more than "Joeys" for the manufacturers and secondary industries.

    Australian Politics

  • From there she moved to the Just Joeys and the Brandys.

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  • In this country, too, he rode a succession of Joeys.

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  • That's because there are so many "Joeys," he explained, seven would be jealous.

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  • The kaleidescopesplayed, became bullets, reachedwarpspeed — and shot for the exit, right through Joeys eyes and into the room and then out the window like tracers!

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  • A nickname for the Australian under-17 football team.

    August 26, 2015