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1. A dwelling of larger size than a cottage.
2. In the north of England and in Scotland, a house.
3. A term especially applied to a hut covered with mud or turf.
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She still feels like a begger when people do this and wishes they wouldn't treat her as such.
Judge George Moorhouse, sentencing Carter in his absence, said the begger had shown "little regard" for the court, having chosen not to wait for his hearing to take place.
Lister added: "I was delighted with our other dog Little Begger, he came from a mile behind and was flying at the finish.
Trainer Charlie Lister doubled up when True Honcho came from last to first in the final heat and also qualified Little Begger.
Tenders are invited for laying of water supply pipeline from sai tarun hospital to mallesh house in beggers colony slum ward no 2 under 14th finance commission grants for the year 2015-16
Police have also arrested ten professional beggers from various areas of the city.
Music by the Jolly Beggers, Brennan Brothers and DJ Bucky Sheehan, noon-10 p.
THERE are some potentially nice horses on show at Ling-field but perhaps the best betting opportunity is Beggers Luck in the Ladbrokes Mobile Handicap.
THERE are some potentially nice horses on show at Lingfield but perhaps the best betting opportunity is Beggers Luck in the Ladbrokes Mobile Handicap.
14) The state orchestrates three key confrontations: the Colonel and his men torture Elvis; the Colonel's men threaten Sunday and bulldoze Maroko; the Colonel himself meets the King of Beggers in Freedom Square.
His naivety in much of this beggers belief, because the money that he defrauded was going straight into the hands of the chatline companies.
The campaign is aimed at raising awareness about the growing risks of obliging beggers whose numbers seem to peak particularly before and during the holy month of Ramadan and the Eid Al Fitr holidays.