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  • n. Plural form of hoolie.


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  • There is a young boy not Cameron's son with a Union flag painted on his face, which has the unfortunate effect of making him and the prime minister look as though they're itching to get away and join the other hoolies at Millwall.

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  • He was telling us the other day that when the Euro2004 footie was on, a load of them got sent to Albufeira to deal with the english fans/hoolies.

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  • With its signature all-inclusive offering of gourmet buffets, entertainment and hyper-enthusiastic hoolies, Club Med has opened its first resort in the People's Republic - at Yabuli's Sun Mountain, Heilongjiang Province.

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  • There was a big group across the ground from us who we assumed were the away fans as they were all in white, however, they cheered when america cali scored and didn´t when depor scored so I think they´re america´s hoolies/ultra´s. TravelStream? ? Recent Entries at

  • With new leadership at the helm and social events on the horizon, including the annual hooley of all hoolies, the Paddy Wagon Pub Crawl Saturday, February 28, 2009, the Gaels will hit the ground running and continue to develop membership, promote Irish culture and sport across the Front Range and contribute to the community in 2009.

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  • Because as Le Corbeau proved, it's not just teenage hoolies but the most painstakingly proper of us who end up opening the door, and heart, to the dark side.

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  • I'll grant him that, had the economy not taken a sharp dive and scared the hoolies out of a lot of people, he'd be getting more support.

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  • I think it’s rather sweet that our football hoolies are taking an active interest in politics.

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  • The recovering Tweeter glances frequently at his iPhone, still prompted to post his latest thought (recently this included an invitation "to the hoolies who stole our Xmas wreath ... fancy a cup of tea? news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph


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