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greenie

(ˈgrini)
n. a Heineken (brand) beer. (It comes in a green bottle.) Tom ordered a greenie and had it put on his tab.
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People ask me if am I a greenie and I go, 'No, not in the sense that I chain myself to trees, no Pm not.
Lembeck, along with two fellow Greenie recipients and Green Policy Task Force member Laura Farhentold-Pittman, also took part in a Green Sustainability Officer Certification course offered through the Business Council of Westchester.
Once, just once, I wanted her to swear, kick and screamor cough up a greenie into bullying, snooty chef Rex's tea when he wasn't looking, but no, nothing.
Green trumps everything when you're a greenie - not that there's anything wrong with that.
Birmingham writer Katy Coxall first unveiled her neighbour-from-hell Rob Greenie in a sketch staged at the Old Joint Stock several years ago, before its conversion into a regular theatre venue.
Then after a dramatic pause, when someone no doubt warned him he would have caused great offence to Walton's wife with his comment, Greenie piped up with a semi-apologetic: "Oh, we do have a lot of fun here
The breech has a tiny touch-hole where a Greenie Stick-em" cap is placed.
Greenie Duquette, who owns a small bakery, delivers pastries to her gay friend Walter's restaurant.
GREENIE DUQUETTE is a New York mother, wife and cake-maker who turns her family's world upside down by taking a job cooking for the Governor of New Mexico.
En torno al apoyo a sus distribuidores, la ejecutiva recordo que en el primer trimestre del ano rifaron un proyector diario, en el presente tiene la promocion Dream Greenie, que consiste en un sorteo de $250 dolares diarios, participa una venta diaria por distribuidor o representante de ventas.
Government surveys show American farmers, bending to a greenie fear campaign, intend to plant 24 percent less genetically modified seed this year.
Cricket Larson released the big trout, caught on 10-pound braided line and a greenie.
I am not a greenie, but': Navigating a cultural discourse.
In defence of this white elephant, they said that most of the money was not from the British taxpayers but from the EU, as though that money doesn't really belong to anyone, so they could spend it how they liked, on their own pet projects; believing, no doubt, that it will gain them some political greenie points
As far as Brownie points go (or should that be greenie points?