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  • v. To declare or stake one's claim on an object or concept.


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  • Average wage is the Valleys is £18K wanna be -- bagsie forin secretary

    Fiona Phillips - in Browns Government,Really

  • One of the groups immediately yelled, "We bagsie Alice, we bagsie Alice!!!"

    sheepdip Diary Entry

  • We're still not sure if they are going back to their nest over the front door which they add an extension to each year, or whether this little Baby Biggles just had a panic attack and had perched there in terror or was he asserting squatters rights ... bagsie this one, it's mine.

    Brit Lit Blogs

  • Sounds good - did we already mention that we want to bagsie the set visit?

    Empire News

  • The Hangover, which starts filming this week in Las Vegas (bagsie the set visit!).

    Empire News


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