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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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But resident Judith Cole told the hearing: "The Cadger Bank site was deemed unsuitable back in 1988.
A letter written on February 16th, 1953, to the ailing Welsh poet, Idris Davies, who in fact died later that year, offering what small mead of help he could, draws back the veil upon an aspect of the Cymric cadger hitherto well hidden.
Positive momentum in cost and utilization trends in the state continue, and we recently hired Michael Cadger as our plan President and CEO.
uk/buyaphoto ref: 01296858; SPENDING QUALITY TIME: Rhiannon Cadger, from Wideopen, plays on the wiggly worm
Vale's Graeme Cadger was sent off but they finished well and Terry Kidd scored in 74 minutes.
We all know that Dylan behaved appallingly and was a world-class cadger but the usual argument is that he was a loveable genius.
LOUIS -- Centene Corporation (NYSE: CNC) announced today that Michael Cadger has been appointed as President and CEO of Centene's Georgia subsidiary, Peach State Health Plan (Peach State), effective September 17, 2007.
It is an incredible club and I would love to see us win it for everyone involved, from the tea lady to groundsman Adam Grant, who is 84, to our chairman Atholl Cadger.
The home side dominated the first half but Vale deservedly equalised after the break before Graham Cadger blasted in a welcome winner with time running out.
Mr Wilson, who was treated at Dryburn Hospital, Durham, spent six hours in surgery having his legs rebuilt after the crash at Cadger Bank, County
GRAHAM CADGER hit a late winner as Culter moved a step closer to facing the big boys.
Norah Dixon, of Crawcrook, says her favourite words are netty, meaning toilet, and cadger, meaning someone who wants something for nothing.