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greenie

slang A Heineken beer (which comes in a green bottle). I'll go to the bar and get us a few greenies. You guys want anything else?

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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That means you'll often find the big whitebait on deeper flats, while locating sizable greenies requires a trip to the pass, beach or markers.
They carefully negotiated the undesired terminology of 'greenie' among their peers at school in regional Australia.
The "Greenies" were held at Beczak Environmental Education Center in Yonkers.
While Greenie and her four-year-old son George move west, her psychotherapist husband Alan remains in New York wondering if his marriage is over.
Aumentado was accompanied by his wife Vanessa, mother Greenie, and his siblings.
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.
DIY chain B&Q is encouraging everyone to earn 'greenie points' and do their bit for the environment as the 10th annual Compost Awareness Week takes place next month.
Meanwhile, councillors in Penydarren ward want pounds 6,000 of its Biffa allocation to go towards the cost of moving changing rooms on Prince Charles Hospital fields to the Greenie playing fields and providing fencing.
Is there a devoted "greenie" in your family who's concerned about mankind's carbon imprint?
Only Greenie (keeper Rob Green) came out of it with real credit.
Joe Harvey once said: "See Greenie on the track and you would think he was about to die.
Serendipitously, Whitehouse and Evans (this issue) follow a somewhat similar line of thought focussing on the cultural discourse of greenie and its hindrance to the implementation of sustainability in northern regional Queensland primary schools.
No doubt some readers of the Gazette will recognise the above and say "I was a Greenie" and start to think to those "fun" days and wonder where their old mess-mates are.
A petition launched by Caroline Jones, 39, of Goetre Lane, Gurnos, whose two sons use the nearby Greenie, at Galon Uchaf, already has 700 names.