tooey

tooie

and tooey and tuie
n. a capsule of Tuinal, a barbiturate. The cops saw a few tuies on the sidewalk and made the arrest.

tooey

verb
See tooie
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Steven Tooey, the clothing firm's managing director, said: "We need more room for more machines so this site is ideal.
Tooey is a large and handsome kitty not quite 2 years old.
CEO of Procore, Tooey Courtemanche, says the company is thrilled to be officially opening its first international office in Sydney.
Personal communication: Slides shared with Tooey MJ.
1929, Tooey Spaatz and others flew that airplane in the upper left corner.
Dave, Bridie and all the Tooey Family xx CLARKE - JOHN, March 23, 2012.
Forecasts indicate that this trend will continue because PDAs offer convenient access to vast amounts of information for essentially any field of study (Scordo, Yeager, & Young, 2003; Tooey & Mayo, 2003).
Donegal Mayor Brendan Byrne, who lives in the area at Carrick, said 15 hours of rain caused the slide on Sunday when mud and debris was swept down Strabui Hill in the foothills of Sliabh Tooey.
I'm sitting in the seat once occupied by people like Curt LeMay, [Carl] Tooey Spaatz and Bill Tunner," he said.
With: Jessica Pimentel, Aya Cash, Stivi Paskoski, John-Luke Montias, Jun Suenaga, Gene Ruffini, Clem Cheung, Daniel Oreskes, Judith Hawking, Jim Tooey.
Birchfield edged to victory at BRNESC, 1-0 to move to seventh, Mark Tooey with the allimportant goal.
Tooey is the director of the University of Maryland-Baltimore's Health Sciences and Human Services Library.
Tooey is a handsome black-and-white kitty, about 2 years old.
Tooey Courtemanche, Procore founder CEO is familiar with the labor-intensive and error-prone methods that construction project managers used before Procore.
You might not know this but before they called him Tooey they called him "The Riddler.