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homegrown

1. mod. local; folksy; amateur. The homegrown talent at the fair was just as entertaining as anything could have been.
2. n. marijuana grown domestically or locally. (Drugs.) She’d rather use homegrown than have to deal with Shorty.
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Of the 25 players registered in January, nine were homegrown but the club intend to sell Mike Williamson and Gael Bigirimana if they can - and defender Steven Taylor's contract is up at the end of the season and unlikely to be renewed.
Still, the club's record with signing homegrown players over past three years - or, indeed, the past decade - will do nothing but raise alarm.
We wanted to tell a story that both educated and entertained, as most label converters on homegrown or legacy/unsupported systems know they have a data management challenge," explains Label Traxx president Ken Meinhardt.
The idea (fingers crossed) is that Homegrown will continue to be an annual event which showcases the incredible musical talent in this town and to bring through more varied acts as it continues.
First introduced at Homegrown Lacrosse's summer camp in 2007, the L.
Homegrown beverages will be based on local and authentic flavours and fresh native ingredients.
He reveals: WHY homegrown stars like Stewart Downing and Adam Johnson had to leave Boro HOW he intends to bring back the missing fans to the Riverside WHY he is backing the kids to bring back the good times THE route that has been identified to take the club back to the Premier League See Part Four of the Gibson Interview on P62 & 63
The definition of homegrown is that qualifying players must have trained for three years under the age of 21 with clubs in the English and Welsh professional systems.
The new regulations mean there will have to be eight homegrown players in every 25-man league squad from next season.
The 20 clubs met last Thursday to agree the introduction of a homegrown player rule.
1955, the "Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007," by a landslide vote of 404 to 6.
The Ibrox boss stressed the importance of a having a base of homegrown stars to build a team round - reminiscent of Gers' nine-in-a-row days.
MONEY MAY NOT BE ABLE to buy homegrown tomatoes, as the song says, but enough of it could buy another homegrown beauty: Alltel Corp.
blinkx, the world's largest video search engine, today announced a content agreement with Trouble Homegrown, a website that allows users to upload and share video clips.