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  • adj. Applied to a kind of variegated glass beads of ancient manufacture.

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  • adj. Applied to a kind of variegated glass beads of ancient manufacture.


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  • A few hundred miles to the West, in the Gold Coast region, is the home of the famous "aggry" beads.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 6, 1921

  • Workers in gold and ivory, in gems and talismans, in brass and fine linen and purple had done the marvels which those courtier adventurers brought with them over the sea, and to these, from year to year, had been added the treasure of private chests -- necklaces and coronals and hair-loops, bottles and vases of glass coloured with metallic oxides, and patterned aggry-beads, now sometimes found in ancient tombs on the Ashantee coasts.

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  • The actual first sentence isn't a question it's a statement the question is "what is the third" the third word to the question is "the" so the answer is the. but alas their are words that end with gry and they are. puggry and aggry. are words that end with gry gry-means everything

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  • January 10, 2008 at 3:20 am i’s not eben aggry i’s bein so sin sere rite noaw……

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  • The library staff gleefully found the answers to the words that end in gry: hungry, angry (OK, those were easy), aggry (a type of ancient, variegated glass beads), meagry (having

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