Album: Denim On Ice, 1996. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Denim (Singer-Songwriter). is a cover of. Snakebite by Peter Skellern (1975). Terms and Conditions.
it fell off the back of a lorry. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishit fell off the back of a lorryit fell off the back of a lorryspokenSTEAL used humorously to say that something was probably stolen → lorry. Vocabulary exercises help you to learn synonyms, collocations and idioms. Intermediate and Advanced level grammar practice with progress tests. Listening and pronunciation, exam preparation and more! Pictures of the day.
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army lorry - camion militaire. it fell off the back of a lorry - (colloq) euph c'est de la marchandise récupérée. English-French dictionary. lorry - lorry S3 n plural lorries BrE . a large vehicle for carrying heavy goods ↑truck .Dictionary of contemporary English. lorry - noun (C) BrE 1 a large vehicle for carrying heavy goods; truck 1 (1) 2 it fell off the back of a lorry spoken humorous used to say that something was probably stole. ongman dictionary of contemporary English
In Reply to: Fell off the back of a lorry posted by Mark Mywords on April 14, 2010 at 09:36: : "Fell off the back of a lorry" to describe goods or something that is "hot " ie, stolen or an article or goods that the supplier will be vague about their background or where they came from. Where does this old saying derive from? It was a way of explaining away the lack of provenance of goods that had been stolen, without admitting their dishonest origins
Blow is Red Lorry Yellow Lorry's fourth album, released in 1989, and their last LP on the Beggars Banquet offshoot label, Situation Two, in the UK. In the US it was released by Beggars Banquet/RCA. The album was a slight change in direction for the band.
This led to part of their loads becoming 'detached' and falling off. On one occasion, being an anti-tank gun tower driver, I had delivered my 6pdr gun to its designated sight. I was instructed to return to F Echelon and upon arrival there was sent to make up a party of rubble clearers in Anzio. The shelling from Annie had been rather heavy and the town on this occasion was in a pretty bad state, and the convoys had a lot of trouble getting through. Our party of clearers worked hard and cleared a path through for the lorries that then got their loads to the dumps. After this I was to be known as 'Whiskey heaney' but my excuse was 'They fell of the back of a lorry'. Find out how you can use this. Back to top. This story has been placed in the following categories.