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- proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Margaret.
- proper n. Margaret Thatcher, former British prime minister
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The common guillemot
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[MAGGIE], 3a3b4c3b and 2abab (approximately), 7: A story of Maggie, the constant wife, who seeks in bar-room and dry-goods store her faithless husband, who has eloped with Lula Fry.
[MAGGIE] 18 years old, Megan's almost identical younger sister (SUBMIT AUDRINA PATRIDGE LOOKALIKES), smart, strong, not intimidated by Jessica, Maggie shows up at graduation and nearly gives the Theta sisters a heart attack with her resemblance to her / their dead sister.
Without a word Maggie followed Grace back into their office.
The film, starring Ellen Page as a roller derby rookie, was written by Shauna Cross, a former Derby Doll who skated under the name Maggie Mayhem.
Maggie is desperately seeking money to finance the treatment to save the life of her grand-son riddled with cancer.
My cousin Maggie (Mightygirl. net) turned me onto blogging and back then not many people knew what blogging was.
He only wants to drink beer and play cards with his old pals, but his wife Maggie is socially ambitious and ashamed of his behavior.
I read the 3 books in Maggie Shayne's Reaper series.
(Maggie at Dorothy's writing workshop in July 1999, Gemini Ink, San Antonio, Texas; Maggie is upper right, Dorothy is to my right)
Not so in the nationally ranked facility where Maggie is working so hard to recover.
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