Sometimes it expresses disbelief: Came back grinning widely, with the assurance that it [ sc. But respect and loyalty, Pen discovers, are empty words. Hurry up, get a move on. The term has also been transferred to refer to other birds, and often in the form old chook it can refer to a woman. It also gave the british horror fans an actual horror themed show on halloween, when the states and canada cater to this audience with horror hosts. The association with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps goes back to when the recipe was first recorded.
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Treloar Anzac Diary 3 February: This term developed out of an earlier verbal form recorded in the s , emu-bob , meaning 'to pick up pieces of timber, roots, etc. Whitington's Treasure Upon Earth Some have suggested that this is the origin of the association of 'stupidity' with the term drongo. The earliest evidence is associated with Australian troops in action to the north of Australia during the Second World War.
The lateness of the word in Australian English, however, suggests a borrowing from the northern dialects rather than from Cornish. Chunder possibly comes from a once-popular cartoon character, 'Chunder Loo of Akim Foo', drawn by Norman Lindsay for a series of boot polish advertisements in the early s. Morris in Austral English in A wunderkind young set designer, Emi has already started to find her way in the competitive Hollywood film world. Clark and introduced in the Sydney Daily Mail in May Watson in Lecture on South Australia writes: