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manger

Nautical a basin-like construction in the bows of a vessel for catching water draining from an anchor rode or coming in through the hawseholes

Manger

[′mān·jər]
(astronomy)

manger

A trough in a stable for feeding cattle.

manger

cattle trough which served as crib for Christ. [N.T.: Luke 2:7]
References in classic literature ?
salle a manger = dining room; salon = living room; potage = soup}
Finally, not finding anything else in the manger, he tasted the hay.
Next morning, when he awoke, Pinocchio looked in the manger for more hay, but it was all gone.
The other side of the Manger is formed by the Dragon's Hill, a curious little round self-confident fellow, thrown forward from the range, utterly unlike everything round him.
Isn't this a real trotter, old trapper, to eat out of the manger of a savage?
According to a press release of district administration issued on Saturday, the mangers Alamzeb son of Muhammad Jan and Sirajul Haq son of Saiful Haq were arrested on the complaint of commuters.
There was a shock for reigning champions Netherley FC who were beaten by Queens Park Mangers 3-2, and Paul Crowley managed to find the crucial goal as they beat Notinyourmums Forrest 1-0.
A survey of Fortune 500 company risk mangers finds that most are willing to accept minor rate increases without making dramatic changes to their programs, says a consulting firm.
RKF, the exclusive retail leasing agent in Manhattan for Pret A Mangers.
Successful mangers do not use humorous expressions, do not speak in anger or slam down the phone while someone is speaking.
Statistics show that 36 mangers lost their jobs in England this season and 15 managers resigned.
Mangers and his buddies, weary from more than six months of fighting, found themselves in cattle cars headed east to the Belgium-German border.