muggins


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muggins

1. a variation on the game of dominoes
2. a card game
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DAVID ROVICS, OLD MUGGINS The Studio, Middlesbrough Theatre Club Tonight Entry PS10/PS8
com SERIOUS SAM BARRETT, OLD MUGGINS Olde Young Tea House, Middlesbrough Sunday Entry PS5
Like Old Muggins, Head of Light Entertainment are a band that always get dressed up to make their live shows an event.
J Anderson, Bob Fischer, Old Muggins - Olde Young Tea House, M'bro pounds 5.
Support comes from the wonderful BOB FISCHER and OLD MUGGINS.
A more sensible person would have walked out but muggins was persuaded by the senorita to go down the road begging change from other shops.
But the only snag is that because these were the previously loved and cherished property of my adult friends, the instructions have long been forgotten and that means muggins, sorry mummy, will need to put it all together in time for Santa to get the glory.
But sent off 11-8 fav for the Derby, he finished lame behind Lammtarra and it was au revoir to le muggins francs.
The only realistic option is to stop wasting time looking for non-existent muggins and use the TV money to rebuild Goodison Park one side and one step at a time.
However, the craziest scene I've witnessed between team-mates ended with muggins on the deck.
Tickets are PS7 advance, PS9 on the door for the show with support from Old Muggins and Jack Francis.