swag

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Synonyms for swag

valuable goods

goods or money obtained illegally

a bundle containing the personal belongings of a swagman

droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness

walk as if unable to control one's movements

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sway heavily or unsteadily

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Bluey has now been wearing the boots for three weeks and his paws have almost fully recovered.
When Australian soldiers fought again in the Second World War, without any doubt the most popular and typical characters of the period were the two mates of the soldier comic strip Bluey and Curley.
0, Bluey says, "Well, I never thought about it that way, but .
Bluey, who writes, sings and plays guitar, was born on Mauritius Island near Madagascar, moving with his mother to London at age 10.
Seaham pier is still giving LSDs, Thornback Rays and Spotted Rays, mainly on sandeel or bluey baits.
Cadets Michael Hadley and Sgt Chris Lovell met up with Bluey Mottershead DFC, a veteran of Bomber Command's 158 Squadron, who described some of his missions over Germany and France during Word War II.
A belief that turquoise provides protection had the Aztec indians of Mexico decorate their battle shields with the bluey green stones.
Bluey will provide customers with information and tips on how to get the most out of their Net connection.
But I rated Jackie Milne number one over even Bluey Wilkinson and Cordy Milne.
We had a good second day, myself and Bluey (Jonny Bairstow) got some big runs and the lads coming in at the end played well.
Officers served their troops for one day, the pantomimes and fun runs took place, and 130 tons of Christmas post proved email will never replace a BFPO bluey.
The best was a 19 lb 1 oz cod taken on squid and bluey by Ed Harvey, who was fishing the Tynemouth AC Christmas Competition on Tynemouth pier.
Support comes from Chiddy Bang and Bluey Robinson and tickets are pounds 12 and go on general sale at 9am
Ronnie gets to work on the bodywork and creates some stunning retro vinyl graphics, while Bluey sets up a DJ booth to turn Danny into a truly mobile disc jockey.
IT seems to me that Alastair Down, in his tirade against the Aussies (November 19), omitted the greatest Australian of them all - namely Lucky Grills, who played Bluey Hills, the fat cop in that wonderfully naff TV show of many moons ago, Bluey.