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on (one's) Pat Malone

Without or not near to anyone else; on one's own; all alone. Australian rhyming slang referring to a ballad about an Irishman called Pat Malone, who suffered numerous misfortunes after emigrating to Australia. Primarily heard in Australia. To be quite honest, after a hectic week of work, I much prefer having a drink on my Pat Malone than being around a bunch of people. Mary's been on her Pat Malone ever since Rupert broke up with her last week.
See also: Malone, on, pat

be on (one's) Pat Malone

To be without anyone else; to be on one's own. Australian rhyming slang referring to a ballad about an Irishman (called Pat Malone) who suffered numerous misfortunes after emigrating to Australia. Primarily heard in Australia. To be quite honest, after a hectic week of work, I much prefer being on my Pat Malone than spending the weekend around a bunch of people. Mary's been on her Pat Malone ever since Rupert broke up with her last week.
See also: Malone, on, pat
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Then, on September 16, Malone boarded the same train and struck up a conversation with a passenger before threatening him with violence and demanding that he also hand over his phone.
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Losses like that one -- and especially HC's the last two years in the Patriot League title game at Navy -- stick with Malone, motivate her, make her stronger.
Now, as the 23-year-old gets back to training in the UK with 45 Commando Regiment, his parents Jill and Pete Malone, have spoken of their pride.
When asked why he chose to become a prosecutor after private practice, Malone replied, "Prosecution chose me.
From where Malone was when she first arrived, she said she did not hear the engine running or see any vapor or exhaust coming from the car.
Everything about this just felt right," Malone told a reporter from USA Today.
Malone killed her and hid her body in a beauty spot at nearby North Mimms Park.
Mr John said it was not known what had led up to the killing but, following it, Malone had 'acted in a cruel and calculating way' by dumping the body.
Gritzner also found that Malone failed to exhaust his administrative remedies before raising gender and race discrimination claims in the suit against the college and three of its officials.
Malone had to put about $4,000 on her credit card to repair two of her three ears.
The set-up is perfect: how did a Connecticut-raised, Yale-educated math whiz named John Malone become the center of this band of mid Western misfits and the de facto leader of the cable industry?
The report notes that Malone "returned to Ireland after more than 30 years teaching theology and religious studies in Canada, mainly at St.