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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of bagpipe.


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  • It starts with the cutting-up and distribution of a Hare Pie at the church gates, a blessing of be-ribboned bottles on the Butter Cross followed by a bagpiped parade headed-up by a man in green velvet with a Kit William's style hare on a pole.

    Hallaton bottle kicking

  • Dill's wife, Julie, and daughters, Emily, 7, and Lizzy, 5, sat in the front row after being led into the church by a bagpiped rendition of "Amazing Grace." RSS - home

  • At 9: 04 a.m. Thursday, newsroom page designer Nate Silva bagpiped Latest Headlines


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  • US Railway Association, Standard Cipher Code, 1906: Shorthand used by railroad telegraphers for the phrase "baggage was not found".

    January 20, 2013