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- (and occasionally longtime residents) are formally referred to as "Liverpudlians" but are more often called "Scousers", a reference to the form of stew...
- Natives and/or residents of Liverpool are formally referred to as Liverpudlians, but are more often called Scousers. The northern variation of Scouse...
- but ten had been captured by February 2020. British, and especially Liverpudlian, drug traffickers have been operating in the Netherlands since as early...
- 1730s, the Black community of Liverpool is Britain's oldest, with some Liverpudlians being able to trace their black heritage for as many as ten generations...
- in 1996. The show was created by Carla Lane and Myra Taylor. The two Liverpudlian housewives had met at a local writers club and decided to pool their...
- in the Crouch End area of London. Hart is a lifelong friend of fellow Liverpudlian actor David Morrissey. Rebecca Flint Marx (2015). "Ian Hart interview"...
- "money"; though this is not a Liverpudlian Scouse expression but ****ney rhyming slang ("bread and honey"). Liverpudlians at the time largely referred...
- brief tour of Scotland as the backing group for pop singer and fellow Liverpudlian Johnny Gentle. By early July, they had refashioned themselves as the...
- home, she d**** her hair red and reinvented herself as a 17-year-old Liverpudlian girl called Georgina Cates who had no previous acting experience. When...
- At the time, Caine's working class ****ney, just as with The Beatles' Liverpudlian accents, stood out to American and British audiences alike. Zulu was...