Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of gurrier.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Some young gurriers had gathered and Mr. Mack had the honor of scooting them clear of the coachwork.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • These gurriers were planing to restrict a lawful activity and well done to the Gardaí for intervening.

    Politics.ie

  • It was a comparatively unremarkable doorway, distinguished only by it's great age and the attentions of passing street gurriers who had carved their monikers upon it's ancient frame.

    Tales Of The Gurrier

  • A SCHOOLTEACHER - that's right, someone who's job is is to develop the minds of the nation's youth, no wonder the gurriers are as they are!!!

    planet.journals.ie

  • And some of those gurriers hanging around Shannon call themselves 'Green'!

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  • I tend to vacillate between confidence in the ability of irish people generally to overcome and innovate, swinging to despondency in the ability of indigenous gurriers to harness that energy for selfish needs.

    Irish Blogs

  • This is happening country wide .. go into any reasonable sized town in the country, and there are a few gurriers who everyone knows are involved in crime, but who never seem to be put away .. touts for the Guards is what most of them are ... its the seedy underbelly of Irish justice reallyAnd the Sunday Times has it here:

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  • The penny of course has finally dropped when it comes to the greedy gurriers of

    Irish Blogs

  • So if you're prone to parking in areas known to be targets of smash-and-dash gurriers, this smart technology will tuck away in your pocket or in the car's glove box if you desire.

    Inside View from Ireland

  • With the other lads he’d go heckling the recruiting meetings of the British Army, while the Fianna boys—little newsboy gurriers, right larkers, right scrawls—crept in under the legs of the speakers, throwing up the booths till everything was mayhem.

    At Swim, Two Boys

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