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stubby

Austral slang a small bottle of beer
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None of the other bottles and cans, just the stubbies.
And, of course, having a few stubbies (bottles of beer) on the sand after a quick game of three-and-in (ask your dad).
Residents can still meet the clean-up team and collect their free stubbies and dog waste bags at the following venues between 10am and 4pm: | Friday, July 5, (Dumballs Road / Clifton Street).
But now he is walking again on training prosthetics known as stubbies after three years of surgery and gruelling physiotherapy at the Army's Headley Court recovery centre in Surrey.
A traditional star will be placed at the top of the tree--and empty stubbies will be used as candle holders, of course
We looked at a lot of different designs, we looked at stubbies, we looked at everything.
Two stubbies of beer and prescription drugs were nearby.
They were quick to distance themselves from protestors in other campaigns which 'often involved hairy people singing protest songs' and to stress that the Lesueur campaigners were not 'militant' and, by agreement, local participants had a 'dress code': 'we dressed as if we were going to the bank, you didn't go in in your stubbies and your thongs'.
Environmental protection officers and neighbourhood wardens from North Tyneside Council will be handing out stubbies (small plastic reusable pouches) to smokers for them to keep their used cigarettes in.
Amongst my friends in this country, anybody that can remember drinking from beer stubbies and watching first run Beachcombers episodes is considered ancient, from an era known as BC--Before Computers.
I estimated that, on average, each person attending these drinking sessions had up to 30 stubbies of beer.