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  • n. The manager of a barge.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The manager of a barge.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A bargeman.


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  • Absently, the barger stared at Connie, but he looked away when Ellen noticed.

    The Dressmaker

  • I think you will have some neighbours that will give you and you nead not be oneasy about me volunteering before i see you and the children thats one thing sertain. conserning the barger business I have riten to you the first of October so I thought you new that we oad [owed] him. their has bin severle letters I sent that I received no answers.

    Augusta County: Jesse Rolston, Jr., to Mary Rolston, March 8, 1862

  • Liam Fox is a bruiser, a barger, and it remains to be seen if he can find it in himself to be contrite.

    The Guardian World News

  • TimCombes everyone please pray for my friend chet barger, he is on his way to get an mri and if he has a torn acl this could be the end of sports 4him

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • Reply not entirely but i do think that's part of it. i read it as he was assigning most of the blame to a hasty BOD decision. did barger help orchestrate that behind the scenes? who knows.

    The Cranky Flier

  • See this barger sleep ledi also dem yong sui one lol!


  • Miller Hyams and Miles barger; Taylor Brooks and Cody Hartley You must fill out the comment body in order to submit a comment. - Local News

  • Bolehland won't be in such sorry state if not because of this indian-boy-turned-malay racist barger.

    The Obnoxious 5xmom

  • To be polite, the barger asked, “And where shall you be bound for when we dock at St. Katherine’s, Mrs. Gowan, if I may ask?”

    The Dressmaker


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