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limejuicer

and limey
n. a British sailor; and British citizen, typically a male. (The first one is old. Both are a little derogatory.) Some limey answered the telephone and I could hardly understand what she was saying.

limey

verb
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Cruise, which is one of the UK's leading independent luxury retailers with 11 stores located in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Harrogate and Chester, occupies a similar niche to Limeys and will take over the management of the brand.
Coat - H & M pounds 80 Shoes - Limeys pounds 89 Trousers - Selfridges pounds 60 Shirt - can't remember
West Villager Matt Kennedy, 24, gasped in relief when the 90-minutemen evened the scored against the lame limeys.
A COUPLE of years ago, the Brits were crying bloody murder about the submarine thriller ``U-571,'' which gave the Americans credit for a World War II operation that was actually carried out by the Limeys.
We eased Joanne in gently by starting off at Limeys in Stephenson Street, Birmingham city centre.
Why doesn't he just list all the atrocities carried out by these evil dictators, make us limeys cook up another dossier about their WMDs, convince the free world it is their moral duty to stand up for human rights, pressurise the UN to cobble together a resolution, then bomb the place into submission?
But the fact remains: You Yanks stole the thunder from we limeys.