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  • noun Plural form of Digger.

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Examples

  • Note 44: "All for Free in Diggers 'Free for All," Barb 3, no.

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • "This refusal is key to the pleasures found in Diggers, the small-scale social comedy directed with almost unerring tact."

    GreenCine Daily: Diggers.

  • Annie Wagner in the Stranger: As a movie, Diggers is affable and lazy - its purpose obscured by a swarm of clichés.

    GreenCine Daily: Diggers.

  • "Diggers is not a film you watch — it's a movie you live in, and when time's up you feel the same sense of loss as do these guys, who realize they have no choice but to move on."

    GreenCine Daily: Diggers.

  • London Evening Standard British Film Awards: Carey and Keira vie for best actress title Diggers drive out blockbuster premieres as Leicester Square becomes building site characters left.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Though the New Jersey-born actor has sported some facial fuzz in the past - most notably in the 2006 indie comedy 'Diggers' - this is the first time he has transformed his appearance entirely for a role.

    NY Daily News

  • Though the New Jersey-born actor has sported some facial fuzz in the past - most notably in the 2006 indie comedy 'Diggers' - this is the first time he has transformed his appearance entirely for a role.

    NY Daily News

  • Though the New Jersey-born actor has sported some facial fuzz in the past - most notably in the 2006 indie comedy 'Diggers' - this is the first time he has transformed his appearance entirely for a role.

    NY Daily News

  • The day honours all past and present military personnel - particularly troops who fought in the First and Second World Wars who Australians call "Diggers" - with ticker-tape parades and services.

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  • The day honours all past and present military personnel - particularly troops who fought in the First and Second World Wars who Australians call "Diggers" - with ticker-tape parades and services.

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