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In time, the term lost its naval connotation and was used to refer to British people in general, and in the 1880s, British immigrants in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. [4] Although the term may have been used earlier in the . Navy as slang for a British sailor or a British warship, such usage was not documented until 1918. [4] By 1925, the usage of limey in American English had been extended to mean any British person, and the term was so commonly known that it was featured in American newspaper headlines. [4]

The crimer suffers from a slim, underdeveloped script by Lem Dobbs (who also write Kafka), but benefits from Soderbergh's astute direction that posits two 1960s cinematic icons, Brit Terrence Stamp and American Peter Fonda as long-time enemies.

Two actors best known for their work in the late 1960s, Terence Stamp and Peter Fonda, star in The Limey , a drama in which a recently released felon contemplates the ...

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