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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Peggy.

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Examples

  • His study was part of the “house,” but his living quarters were elsewhere—in a separate wing at the top of the main staircase, where he resided with his “rather cold” wife10 and their three boisterous daughters, Peggie, Rachel and Nancy.

    Storyteller

  • His campaign treasurer, interestingly enough, is City Councilman Peggie Gaghen.

    McDermott for House

  • After our chapter sent questionnaires to all candidates running for election in all five wards and conducted interviews with those responding, we have decided to endorse two candidates ­ Peggie Gaghen in Ward I and Jack Johnson in Ward IV.

    Billings Blog

  • Jack and Peggie are the best choices for their wards and have shown their commitment to this community through their extensive public service.

    Billings Blog

  • He alleged that the mayor had shown bias in the past by appointing Peggie Gaghen to the council over Leon Pattyn, a Republican precinct committeeman.

    Billings Blog

  • Since her recent appointment to the city council, Peggie has also been a voice for conservation and responsible planning and growth, and represents the conservation values that are important to Billings residents.

    Billings Blog

  • The afflicted youth apologised in his turns, but asserted, “it was true that the king said Peg-a-Ramsay was some far-off sort of noblewoman; and that he had taken a great interest in the match, and had run about like an old gander, cackling about Peggie ever since he had seen her in hose and doublet — and no wonder,” added poor Vin, with a deep sigh.

    The Fortunes of Nigel

  • It would not, for instance, be supposed that at the time he is favouring us with the highly wrought account of his amour with the adorable Peggie, the Chevalier Johnstone was

    Waverley

  • Thank you, Peggie Baker, for thirty years of work, service, and friendship.

    Beyond the Storm

  • Nae hap our joy shall spill, bonnie Peggie, O! Gang wi 'me to yonder howe, bonnie Peggie, O! Where the flowers o' simmer grow, bonnie Peggie, O! Nae mair my love is cross'd,

    The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volume IV. The Songs of Scotland of the Past Half Century

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