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- proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Margaret, also used as a formal given name.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like a peg or pegs; of the form of a peg.
- n. Any one of several small warblers, as the whitethroat, Sylvia cinerea, or blackcap, S. atricapilla, or garden-warbler, S. hortensis.
- n. A slender poker having a small part of the end bent at right angles, used for raking a fire.
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Not far away was the "Peggy Stewart" dwelling, overlooking the harbor where the owner of the unfortunate _Peggy
As a result the discussion in campaigns narrows and undergoes what I call the Peggy Lee Effect: Is that all there is?
Biden said, referring to a heavily-accented man who acts as a credit card company's customer service representative under the name "Peggy."
Peggy is trapped because of her gender from greater career advancement.
Many think that Peggy is our window into the show.
At least Peggy is more in the foreground than the rest of the women.
Faye coyly responds, "Is that what it looks like?" and shakes her hand, keeping it professional and not stepping into the personal relationship Peggy is hoping for.
Peggy is obviously relieved, as are the viewers, whose faith in their hero has been rewarded.
Thanks again Peggy - please keep commenting - you have impacted our lives today ...
Turns out Joan didn't have her abortion after all (how's that smirk doing now, Roger?), while Peggy is practically inventing the women's movement, albeit in Topaz pantyhose.
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