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Taffy is a nickname for: Clarence Taffy Abel (1900–1964), first American-born player to become a National Hockey League regular player. Edward George Bowen (1911–1991), Welsh physicist and radio astronomer who helped develop radar. William Taffy Davies (1910–1995), Welsh footballer. Herbert Jones (footballer) (1896–1973), English footballer. Mary Taffy Nivert (born 1944), American songwriter and singer, member of the Starland Vocal Band. Eugene Taffy O'Callaghan (1906–1946), Welsh footballer.
A dictionary of nicknames Hamilton London 1962. Australian/Harvard Citation. Australian nicknames, Taffy Davies ; illustrated by Max Foley. Find in other libraries. 1962, A dictionary of nicknames Hamilton London. Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and other First Nations people are advised that this catalogue contains names, recordings and images of deceased people and other content that may be culturally sensitive.
There have been a few nicknames for Australia
There have been a few nicknames for Australia. Oss is the oldest recorded nickname going back to the Boer war. Aus & Oz are variations in spelling. In my family we like to say we were here to greet captain Cook. However, it was originally coined as the title of a 1964 book by Donald Horne, who criticised the Australia of the 1960s as complacent and second rate and only rich because of its natural resources and distance from any of the world's trouble spots - . pure luck rather than good leadership or planning.
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William "Taffy" Davies (24 June 1910 – 30 October 1995) was a Welsh professional footballer, who played as a winger or inside forward. He played his entire professional football career for English club Watford, and made an appearance for his country during a wartime international match against England. Born in Troed-y-rhiw, Glamorgan, Davies played local football at amateur Welsh club New Tredegar, before joining Watford as an amateur in April 1930
the male Australian Hockey teams nickname is the Kookaburras, and the Womans Australian Hockey teams .
the male Australian Hockey teams nickname is the Kookaburras, and the Womans Australian Hockey teams nickname is the Hockeyroos. i ;) Former Australian captain Mark Taylor has had several nicknames over his playing career? Australian cricketer Mark Taylor also goes by the nickname "Tubby" or "Tubs. If your question is what are nicknames given to Australia as a country, some possible answers would be as follows: Oz The land down under Down under Interestingly enough however, I rarely hear a fellow Australian refer to their homeland as any of these, these are more well known international nicknames for Australia.
William Taffy Davies (1910–1995), Welsh footballer. Hendrick Waye, Australian rules footballer in the early 1900s. Isaac Taffy Spelman (1914–?), English footballer. Hugh Taffy Williams (1933–1996), Welsh mercenary. Taft Taffy Wright (1911–1981), American Major League Baseball player.
a richly-textured, often ribald world of laconic humor
a richly-textured, often ribald world of laconic humor. Now updated with over 100 new entries, this dictionary aims to do three things; (a) help the traveller to decipher what they might hear in everyday Australian life, (b) give the casual reader some insight if not amusement at how we Aussies speak, and (c) record for posterity many expressions that are slipping into disuse in the 21st Century. Readers will recognize many British and American expressions in this list.