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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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He wrote that the "noble beggers, who are nothing other than vagabonds, .
He also said that Social Welfare Department has undertaken a task to provide skill development trainings to eunuchs, transgender and beggers in various trades including beautician course, stitching, computers and other vocational courses to increase their skills so that they could earn their livelihood with honour and dignity, he added.
THERE are some potentially nice horses on show at Lingfield, but perhaps the best betting opportunity is Beggers Luck in the Ladbrokes Mobile Handicap.
It is a big community with links to other cities, it gets people travelling and Geraldine Cafferty: I find beggers at the city centre car parks more of a nuisance.
SSP Islamabad Yasin Farooq directed all the police personnel to take action against beggers, tinted glasses vehicles, non-registered bikes and vehicles.
A MISSING 2lb that could not be explained landed in-form jockey William Carson with a four-day ban that rules him out of the pounds 100,000 Blue Square Winter Derby after he weighed in light on Beggers Belief, who was disqualified from third place.
This would reduce the crime figures, free up police time in trying to catch the little beggers, and free up prison populations.
Secondly, the very idea that it is acceptable for a member of a Royal Family of one of the world's most ethnically diverse nations to refer to a person of Asian origin as a Paki or a raghead - even as a term of endearment as is being claimed - beggers belief.
The praise, antiquity, and commodity of beggery, beggers and begging, London, 1628
Barry Priddis, Holyhead Coastguard watch manager, said: ``It beggers belief that these youngsters had managed to put to sea with not a single life jacket or flare or any other piece of life-saving equipment between them.
Mr Wyatt, MP for Sittingbourne and Sheepey said, ``The decision (to close Sheerness and reopen Cardiff) beggers belief.
After the War, thousands of rural people, particularly blacks, moved to towns which became invaded by tramps and beggers who could only survive through stealing.