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stubbie

slang A beer bottle that is shorter and stouter than the long-necked design of the industry standard bottle. Primarily heard in Australia. John's bringing a slab of stubbies, but you can bring whatever you like if you don't want to drink beer. I'm going to the kitchen for a stubbie. Anyone else want one?
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"Cafe culture" favourites fruit smoothies and muffins enter the 'basket of goods' used to calculate the Retail Price Index for the first time, while time has been called on the once-popular cases of 'stubbie' beer bottles
We would stop at a bottle shop on the way for Foster's stubbies and pack them in the panel van or the station wagon.
Since enforcement officers were allowed on to health board sites they have spoken with hundreds of people, handed out more than 300 portable "stubbie" ashtrays and issued around 100 on-the-spot fines.
As you can imagine, it is very costly to have somebody picking the individual tips up when all we need to do is put them back into the cigarette packet, or purchase a "stubbie" or "butt bin" for approximately pounds 1 off the internet.
The single was joined by microwave ovens, "stubbie" lagers and 35mm camera films, the British Office for National Statistics revealed.
The single was joined by microwave ovens, "stubbie" lagers and 35mm camera films, according to the Office for National Statistics.
But instead of putting a price on his head, all they want is to pin a Barmy Army T-shirt to his chest, stick an ice-cold "stubbie" in his hand and welcome him to cricket's motley crew of beer-drinkers, burger-munchers and backpackers.