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  • n. Plural form of boodie.


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  • So far, up to 245 golden bandicoots, 41 boodies, 84 spectacled hare wallabies and 88 possums out of 1000 animals have been moved. | Top Stories

  • Up to 500 golden bandicoots, 170 boodies, 140 spectacled hare wallabies and 140 possums would be airlifted from Barrow Island, 50km off WA's Pilbara Coast. | Top Stories

  • So far, up to 245 golden bandicoots, 41 boodies (kangaroo-like marsupials), 84 spectacled hare wallabies and 88 possums have been moved, with a total of 1,000 scheduled for translocation by mid-March.

  • Later that night the DJ spinned Justin Timberlake’s Sexy Back and we hopped on the floor and shaked our boodies – pity we did it alone as everyone else took a break and came back to the dance floor for some more loop dance later.

    Not all coloureds speak like dis « Digital immigrant

  • A long way from church or parish-school, and without any, nearer than several miles, to minister to the spiritual wants of the people, it was a rather rough and ignorant place, with a good many superstitions -- none of them in their nature specially mischievous, except indeed as they blurred the idea of divine care and government -- just the country for bogill-baes and brownie-baes, boodies and water-kelpies to linger and disport themselves, long after they had elsewhere disappeared!

    Salted with Fire


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