A hint; information.
Assistant. The term applies to a bullock drivers assistant who when his services are required works on the off or right hand side of the team.
Old & Bold, The
OLD MAN GAINS EXPERIENCE.
A phrase applied to cases where a man who runs a gambling game loses in the betting.
See "Rubber-heeled Jack."
Any article; one of the names given to a Fullerphone, when in the forward area when it was devised to keep its presence unknown to the enemy.
See "Fair Go."
Money. An abbreviation of the rhyming slang "Oscar Asche - cash."
Hit with such force as to be killed or rendered temporarily senseless.
OVER THE BAGS.
An attack by Infantry.
OVER THE ODDS.
A reinforcement who arrived in a fighting unit after the Armistice.
ON ONE'S PINK EAR.
Down and out. Frequently used without the "pink."
ONE PIP (or one dot)
A Second Lieutenant.