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Bollocks Etymology

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Never Mind The Bollocks - An Etymology Of A Swear Word Bollocks Etymology | RM. Bollocks Etymology | RM. Bollocks Etymology | RM.

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Story of the Celts: The Celts in Britain
The Celts in Britain [ 27 ] What is obvious when studying the Celts, as when studying anything, is that different experts say different things--there are always men of knowledge who have conflicting views about specifics. The dates of when the Celts came to...
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The Alternative Italian Dictionary
NOTE Unknown etymology. E.g.
Romany Rise
bases of any lemma: definition, spelling, date, etymology. Compared with standard .
SLANG TERMS FOR DRINKS, DRUNKS AND HABITS OF DRINKING
metaphor, simile, folk etymology, distortion of sounds in words, generalization, .
'Never mind the economy. Here's culture.' Economic geography
I got the Sex Pistol's album 'Never mind the bollocks. Here's the sex pistols' the first day it was for sale in October 1977.
The Pervasiveness of Slang in Standard and Non-Standard English
but also as regards the etymology of the word 'slang', which is presently ...

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Bollocks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Etymology.
bollocks - Online Etymology Dictionary
The fad still had a heartbeat in Britain at the end of the century, as attested by the appearance of dog's bollocks in 1989.
bollix - Online Etymology Dictionary
The Online Etymology Dictionary of bollocks, pl.
Never Mind The Bollocks โ€“ An Etymology Of A Swear Word
Never Mind The Bollocks โ€“ An Etymology Of A Swear Word. Submitted by Rich Johnston on April 28, 2011 โ€“ 10:20 am (38) comments ยท Tweet.
etymology - How old is "Bollocks!"? - English Language and Usage
And after that i somehow automatically bound "bollocks!" with Sex Pistols. Suddenly i understood, that it is so just in my world.

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