SMOU

AcronymDefinition
SMOUSupplemental Memorandum of Understanding (various governments)
SMOUSafe Method of Use
SMOUSingapore Maritime Officer's Union
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Die gelyknamige hoofkarakter swerf vanaf twaalfjarige ouderdom saam met die smous Koos Fonk.
A continental influence shows up in Dutch Smous (a German Jew) and in Swindler, said by Ernest Weekley, in his An Etymological Dictionary of Modern English (1921) to be 'picked up ill 1762 from German Jews in London.' Jews were also called Porkers.
His novel, which was published in the year when he went public as South African, deals with a "holy fool," a Jewish immigrant of 1902 who, like many of his kind, becomes a smous (peddler) and encounters on his travels members of all the race groups resident in the subcontinent.
"'n Mens moenie met beroemde naine smous as jy dit nie kan verhelp nie", is die stukkie lewensraad wat Prinsloo tot motto neem voorin die boek.
Die poging om poesie te maak is om "'n fuik vol spartelende geverfde voeltjies" te smous, terwyl alle lewe "hier en nou" is (134).
Opvallend is die benaming "uitlanders" vir Japie Kapie (beskryf as "'n Kapenaar"), Hamoerabieh (beskryf as "'n Slamse smous") en Sexie Smith in die karakterlys.
Binne hierdie konteks verleen die oordrewe gedetailleerde beskrywing van die smous se vrag reeds iets magies daaraan, waarby die redding uit die fontein aansluit (43).