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- n. someone connected with Newcastle United Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
- n. someone connected with Notts County Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
- n. someone connected with Collingwood Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
- n. someone connected, or formerly connected with the Western Suburbs Magpies, as a fan, player, coach etc.
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Magpie is relying on the network and reputation I have fostered to help promote their sponsors, sponsors that I personally cannot vouch for.
Magpie is too young to get any of this yet, so we’re safe for a while.
He had met a wonderful woman named Margaret aka Meg aka Maggie aka Magpie who had made him see the benefits of the natural life.
Elaborating on the revenue stream concept I mentioned earlier, I found Be A Magpie, which is an ad network for Twitter.
Mr. Connare, 48 years old, now works at Dalton Maag, a typography studio in London, and finds his favorite creation -- a sophisticated typeface called Magpie -- eclipsed by Comic Sans.
Now the Magpie was a trendy bar ( "Rumpole would turn in his grave") and the court business was not like the old days.
On a visit to a store called Magpie, he fell in love with a chandelier made of Barbie legs and milk-bottle caps.
A service called Magpie is recruiting Twitter users to let advertisers send out messages through their accounts in exchange for cash.
The album called Magpie, is simply excellent and anyone into folk / rock music similar in style to Damien Rice, Ron Sexsmith, Ryan Adams, David Gray etc, will simply adore this album especially tracks 7 and 11.
The finger style approach I use on "Magpie" I've used on a few different songs in the past, and I'm kind of embarrassed to admit that I probably got that more from "Dust In The Wind" than from anything else.
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