oi Mayor Shinobu Tokioka maintained a cautious stance, just saying, "I'm not in a position to comment."
But oi Town Assembly Chairman Kinya Shintani criticized the central government for its inconsistency.
Well, oi was telling ye about the steeplechase Jimmy Brook rode.
"Faix, that's jist what I thought he was whin oi foired at him," added Felix.
After dinner the ould mon said the Spring lamb tasted kin o' quare an' he wondered had oi cooked the baste enough.
No, oi can't give ye the dustin' that's comin' t' ye, Barber.
Phwat for ud oi be wantin' a returrn ticket when oi'm here already?
Why should oi give up me only pleasure to keep me wretched life in?
Thou hast got to find the boy; oi expect he be hiding somewheres up on t' moors.
"oi did, sor, tin minutes ago," promptly replied the driver.
1962, vulgar or working class pronunciation of hoy a call or shout to attract attention.
An exclamation of multiple significance: Oy may be employed to express anything from ecstasy to horror
[1892+; fr Hebrew]