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  • n. Plural form of peg.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of peg.


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  • I spent my whole childhood being told by my mother that I was from Romany stock I don’t think those were her exact words – but she said Romany – I have never tried to sell pegs from a trailer.

    Cooper Renner, | clusterflock

  • On the pegs were his hat and coat; he took them and passed into the street.

    Smith and the Pharaohs, and other Tales

  • Ten Mile Bank: Again, another venue affected by ice and pegs, which is becoming very slippery.

    The Daily News - News

  • I agree with everything you said. we have a worldwide structural problem and the pegs are a big part of it. this is why I foresee us going more like Argentina compared to Japan.


  • My '74 sportster and' 60 Duo Glide, essentially had 90 degree foot pegs, that is, the knee was at a right angle, which, for me, on the sporty sucked, and on the Panhead was perfect.


  • A search for my last name pegs my blog at number six while Google had it at number five.

    Communications and Technology Blog -

  • "pegs" -- those vile concoctions of spirits, ice, and soda-water, which have destroyed so many splendid constitutions under the tropical sun.

    Mr. Isaacs

  • China "pegs" their currency to the dollar so when the dollar drops the Yuan drops along with it.

    Dave Johnson: Palin vs. Krugman on the Dollar -- Who Is Right?

  • The pegs on these boards are used to mark, and thus remind, of key elements to be remembered, and Draper suggests that keywords which turn up in similar places and orders in various vice catalogues show that words could serve as memory "pegs" in a similar way.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Now with candles inserted, which are the 'pegs' for the strings which an unstrung harp does not have ...

    October 28th, 2007


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