1 edition of Dictionary of Canadian English...intermediate... found in the catalog.
Authorized: 1964-1979.Intermediate Division.OTC
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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An essay on the advantages and disadvantages which respectively attend France and Great Britain with regard to trade
: refers to the Dollard-Des-Ormeaux district of Montreal• Also spelled tooney, twooney, twoonie, twonie, or twoney•,: doughnut chain; female employees of same are sometimes affectionately known as "TimTarts. : a group of influential who exercised substantial political control of during part of the. : Derogatory term for Vietnamese young adults with dyed hair and unconventional fashion.: a case of 24 beer see 2-4.
The word is from the 1400s, derived from several cultures including the Greek. : Describes a 591 mililitre bottle of pop. : a portable stereo system. The two-four refers to the two digits what make up the number "24"•
Commonly used in rural , particularly and Counties to describe tourists or cottage-goers from the.
In Ontario or Quebec, used by Maritimers as a geographical reference where they are from.
Also referred to as the Flowerpots.