(redirected from Sally Army)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
See: outburst
References in periodicals archive ?
In January, Pat received a letter from the Sally Army.
ON A ROLL: Project leaders (back, from left) Kate Drury and David Fuggle with (front) James Young, Ellen Mellors and James Hutchinson at work on the Sally Army communal lounge.
SALLY Army bosses are under fire over a plan to turn one of their halls into a PUB.
One hostel resident said: "The really worrying thing is that he is always around the Sally Army captain's daughters who are very little girls.
But Sally Army leader Kervin Julien, who runs the soup kitchen that fed them, says Mark worried about getting benefits, especially for Helen who had severe learning difficulties.
Barry, now living in Grove Hill, writes: "I myself lived in Carter Street, opposite the Sally Army and when your picture was taken I was 20 years old.
Set in New York, the action follows a group of sharp-suited gamblers looking to shoot some dice and a Sally Army Band out to save some souls.
In this oh so Lancashire tale of romance, the effervescent Birmingham Royal Ballet cast transform the stage into a balletic extravaganza - clog dancing in the streets and swirling Sunday afternoons in Peel Park with the Sally Army band in full swing.
The Sally Army will be sending round a recruitment sergeant before long.
WITH joy in their hearts and the fervour of their founding father, the Sally Army band would thump its way down our street, breaking the peace of a quiet Sunday morning.
The Sally Army says it is starting to change the wording on its clothing banks to make it clear only two-thirds of the profit goes to the charity.
The OAP who buys the Big Issue every week or the wee half-cut guy who slings a pound in a Sally Army can around his local, are proportionately giving far more.