popsie


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popper

verb

popper

1. and popsie n. an ampoule of amyl nitrite, a drug that is inhaled when the ampoule is broken. (Drugs. Often plural.) You got any popsies I can have?
2. Go to pill-popper.
3. n. a handgun. (Underworld. From the sound of a gunshot.) He carries his popper under his coat.
4. n. a can of beer (in a pop-top can). You ready for another popper, Tom?

popsie

verb
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Visiting Huddersfield Giants rugby league players Scott Grix (back left) and Kyle Wood (back right) with president of Agewell Popsie Singh |(back centre) and general manager of Agewell Graham Hellawell (front left), who handed over a certificate of recognition to Nags Head supervisor Natalie Payne (front right) in front of guests attending the festive lunch
Peacefully at home on 6th October 2010, aged 68 years, Robert William (Bill), much loved husband of June, dear step father of Lynda and Tony and father in law to Doug, loving popsie to Ben, Corinne and Jago and dear step son of Evelyn.
Talking of which, I did make some progress down at Revenue and Customs, where there's a little Grade 1 popsie who has taken a fancy to me.
Remember that L'Oreal ad where some Hollywood popsie with glossy hair says: "Here comes the science bit"?
Names to watch for on the international stage include: E-Type, Kent, Popsie, Jessica Folcker, Antiloop and Jennifer Brown, punters say.
Veronica recalled joining a rep company based at the Institute on Lord Street run by dress shop proprietor Popsie McGrath and her marriage to Harry Twidle gave her a new stage name.
Harry, much loved husband, popsie and friend, died October 18th 2011.
Peacefully in hospital after a brave fight, on 30th August, aged 63 years, Councillor Peter Melvin, dearly loved husband of Eileen, treasured dad of Catherine, Bernadette and Amelia, very dear to John and Philip and much loved Popsie to Lincoln, also a dear uncle of Lucas.
We see him as a man with zero judgment who's been suckered by a foreign popsie looking for a man with money and "connections".
Popsie is exasperated by his constant playacting, his permanent fabrication of flattering new genealogies for himself (17): 'Every time I try to reach you, yet another Brendan Bracken is talked into existence.
The 3ft carving, now believed to be worth more than pounds 4,000, was erected at St Barnabus Church in Erdington in memory of Amina Grosvenor, nicknamed Popsie, from Gravelly Hill, who died in September 1895.
Beloved husband of June, dearly loved dad of Louise and Lynsey and devoted Popsie of Libby.
Peacefully at home on Saturday September 19th, aged 80 years, Cyril (Syd), beloved husband of Violet, loving father of Jacky, Kymm and Paul, a devoted grandfather and popsie of all the family.
Excited Ollie - partially deaf and blind in one eye - said: "I like David Beckham but Popsie is best.
His mistress Popsie obliges by dressing up as a boy scout or as 'Florence Nightingale', but constantly tries to get to the 'truth' of Bracken behind the performances: