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raggle

[′rag·əl]
(building construction)
A manufactured masonry unit, frequently made of terra cotta, having a slot or groove to receive a metal flashing. Also known as flashing block; raggle block.
A groove cut into masonry to receive adjoining material.

raggle, reglet, raglin

raggle
1. A manufactured unit, often of terra-cotta, having a groove to receive flashing; also called a raggle block or flashing block.
2. A groove cut in stone or brickwork to receive flashing.
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Meantime Jack Raggles, with his sleeves tucked up above his great brown elbows, scorning pads and gloves, has presented himself at the wicket; and having run one for a forward drive of Johnson's, is about to receive his first ball.
There he found the eleven at high jinks after supper, Jack Raggles shouting comic songs and performing feats of strength, and was greeted by a chorus of mingled remonstrance at his desertion and joy at his reappearance.
They looked like raggle taggle gypsies and played mad punky folk music.
Quick Quote Award: U743 Shieldburn BridgeBrief description of overall works:Repair spalled concrete lintel, raggle out existing mortar and repoint worn sections of abutments, arch, blockwork and patch any areas of damaged abutments.
His crew are the usual raggle taggle mix of 'talent' present in every self respecting tale of thieves and vagabonds with hearts of gold--although in this case that gold is pretty well hidden.
It's probably all written down in a big book of 'How to steal children', followed down the ages by The Pied Piper, the raggle taggle gypsies, the Moonies, the Hell's Angels and any number of weird cults.
Her dress was made by Mrs Glenys Barker (nee Lewis) A swan float at the Llandudno Carnival in 1949 | Eirlys Pierce Wright, Dolgarrog May Queen in 1928 | Eirlys Pierce Williams, Dolgarrog Carnival Queen in 1928 | Raggle Taggle Gypsies at Ruthin Carnival 1972.
The disguised forms and their English meanings were as follows: napid (bubble), zotel (hairdryer), tamel (bookshelf), folid (yarn), todest (sunflower), labit (subway), heper (bangle), raggle (dormitory), jartner (aquarium), melect (glisten), tansel (hunch), nasin (brandish), toncop (dabble), cader (chuckle), hodet (clasp).
The hit US zombie series was back for its long-awaited second run, with Brit actor Andrew Lincoln once again in the lead role as Sheriff Rick Grimes, leading his raggle taggle pack of waifs and strays to safety in catastrophe-hit Georgia.
A young man among the audience was more forthright, "It was nothing more than a college performance, although I must say I was impressed by the slick timing of this raggle taggle collection.
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41 (261m): Salisman, Stress Juventus, Farrihy Champ (m), Bellpac Moonbeam (m), Elwick Raggle (w), Victory Man (w).