bindle


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bindle

1. n. a packet or bundle; a hobo’s pack. Throw your bindle over yonder, and plunk your butt on that empty crate.
2. n. a packet of drugs. (Drugs.) She had a bindle of H. in her purse.
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I know your kind--brave as lions when it comes to pullin' miserable, broken-spirited bindle stiffs, but as leery as a yellow dog when you face a man.
Yes, we had Dick (Danny) complete with spotted bindle and his cat (played wonderfully by Pete Peverley channelling Bobby Thompson).
Now, with trendy labels like Hood By Air and Eckhaus Latta continuing to stick their middle fingers up at archaic stereotypes, and LGBQT tailor Bindle & Keep about to hit HBO in a Lena Dunham-produced documentary, it seems gender-progressive style is finally on the verge of going mainstream.
LOUIS, May 3, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- All Things Bindle and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) dish up a one-two punch to knock-out the cycle of pet abandonment as the U.
Neither James or Bindle would say when the device would see a wider, global release, although Biddle did say that Arabic was on the company's agenda.
At the hotel, Hilton told the cop she needed lip balm so the cop handed Hilton her purse: "As she began to open it, I saw a small bindle of what I believed to be cocaine in a clear baggie begin to fall from the purse and into my hand.
At that time, a plastic bindle containing a substance believed to be cocaine fell from her purse in plain view of the Metro lieutenant.
a bindle of cocaine in a plastic bag came out of her purse" in plain view of police in the room.
You can put away that bindle and push the apple cart back in the garage.
They all feature black, chocolate or Bindle Tuscan leather, coupled with a choice of matte or polished metal support brackets.
They tied their bindle, carrying their few belongings, to the handle.
Julie Bindle, of Justice for Women, an organisation that failed in an attempt to have Jack Straw's decision overturned, has watched the entire charade with distaste.
I argued with one such on Friday; an avid campaigner called Julie Bindle on Nicky Campbell's Radio Five show.
Clutched in her palm, he found a paper bindle of heroin.
Simon Bindle reports on the main features of the programme and Nadia Amin focusses on privatisation and the revival of the stock market.