Geordie

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Geordie

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1. a person who comes from or lives in Tyneside
2. the dialect spoken by these people
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"Howay the Lads" from President Carter, Gave the Northern Visit an interesting starter His smiles and handshakes impressed - not least The warm-hearted ladies of the North East.
A 20,000-strong crowd had gathered outside the Civic Centre to see America's 39th President and there were cheers when he greeted them with "Howay the Lads!".
After Durham's county championship triumph, cricket's toast changed from 'Howay the lads' to 'Owais the lad' as the Middlesex batsman grabbed the last batting slot for the two-Test series in December.
Perhaps more famously, on May 6 1977, the 39th president of the United States Jimmy Carter visited the Civic Centre and memorably delivered a speech containing the phrase, 'howay the lads!'
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Jimmy Carter receiving the Freedom of the City at Newcastle Civic Centre 'Howay the lads!' came to Toon 40 years on: When American President Jimmy Carter visited the North East 8-PAGE NOSTALGIA PULL-OUT INSIDE up in in herey track last time out and can improve past her main rival Rhododendron.
His wife Louise, who is expecting their second child, looked on and laughed as the crowd sang "Howay the lads".