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  • "Wags" is a regular blog reader who often posts on the Flytalk or Gun Nut blogs.

    Who Wrote The Dogs Out?

  • Big Daddy Wags is back to work and I need to get caught up on some trip planning.

    New "Hook Shots:" Colorado Trout Marathon

  • Wags is going green (Hey John Merwin and Kirk Deeter) as I am now the proud owner of a set of Korker's Wading Boots.

    Checking Off My Christmas Wish List

  • How ever did we survive all those years without the acronym Wags?

    The Guardian World News

  • BBC3 called Wags, Kids and World Cup Dreams, which starts on Sunday at 9pm.

    The Guardian World News

  • To help these and other animals, a group of about 25 area residents recently formed a second pet rescue group called Wags to Riches, a nonprofit no-kill shelter serving Central Washington.

    Yakima Herald-Republic Weekly News

  • And Allen admits she is particularly disgusted by women who romance soccer stars - known as Wags (wives and girlfriends) - insisting she would "rather shoot myself between the eyes" than marry a sportsman.

    TeenHollywood.com

  • The English team might have banned theirs, but the footballers '' Wags 'still offer some entertainment

    ireland.com Breaking News

  • In her first TV interview, Samantha Cameron's description of life at home with the Tory leader bears striking similarities to depictions by those other political 'Wags', Michelle Obama and Sarah Brown.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Media reports of a plotting group of 'Wags', or 'women against Gordon', may have fuelled Mr Brown's suspicions.

    The Latest From www.politics.co.uk

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