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  • n. Plural form of newie.

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Examples

  • Upperclassmen stole their property, kept them up all night before their recitations, and forced them to endure rituals of humiliation, not the least of which in a slaveholding society was the habit of blacking the "newies '" faces.

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  • I'm impressed by your inclusion of some exciting newies in your lists, even though you've both felt scentnui recently.

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  • Then again, I have more oldies than newies I think .....

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  • Setting the default for newbies only makes sense, full timers will know how to change it newies will not.

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  • The full arsenal of weapons from the first game make a return along with a few newies that are even more diabolically destructive, such as the laser-controlled rocket launcher and C4

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  • Madame JoJo's venue in Soho, treating the crowd to newies including

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  • So while I listen to the newies you should check out 20 minutes of live oldies from the original chief rockers of the Wild Bunch crew.

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  • SACKED TELSTRA VOLUNTEER, Brad, also known as Mel Sommersberg, Lord Watchdog, anonymous and many more names, including a number of newies!

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  • Polly sits at the piano for all the newies, each one plunging you into a twilit haze, with near-falsetto vocals unfurl at the ends like Thom Yorke at his most plaintive.

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  • Here is a new set from last week that contains a few of my fave newies, such as the new hottie by the Raker Project "Get It Togther".

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