Maggie

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Maggie

rejected by brother, lover, mother, and neighbors. [Am. Lit.: Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, Magill I, 543–544]

Maggie

innocent girl, corrupted by slum environment, becomes a prostitute. [Am. Lit.: Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, Hart, 514]
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A ladies clay pigeon shooting club has teamed up with the Maggie's Centre in Aberdeen to stage a fundraising fashion show.
In Division 2 East Leake Willows and St Margaret's Maggies were already promoted and this week's results would determine who took the title.
Their route took them north to Maggie's Highland in Inverness, south to three Maggie's centres in London, west to facilities in Cardiff and Swansea and east to Maggies Newcastle.
"Maggies is such an important charity and we were pleased to be able to do our bit.
"I'm thrilled to see the Maggies [relaunch]..." - Jennifer Bingo, former Publisher, Oracle Magazine
Maggie's on the Runway was an inspiring, humbling and empowering event, which as well as raising money for Maggie's Manchester, aimed to promote awareness of the disease and emphasise the importance of cancer screenings for both women and men.
Richard Hannon's four-yearold was sent into the lead a furlong out by Phillip Makin and showed a willing attitude to fend off Maggies Angel (16/1) by a neck.
Maggies carry nest twigs in their beaks, Two male shovellers making circles on the lake.
I WAS at the Prog Before Xmas gig for Maggies cancer charity on Saturday night.
The author does an amiable job of interweaving Maggies complicated backstory into her current family interactions and personal struggles, which makes reading the first book in the series unnecessary in order to enjoy this one.
For extra comfort and protection, the deep, roomy toe area has a cushioned, seam-free lining, so there's nothing to rub or irritate Maggies toes.
DRAW for Sunday's final: 1 Amazing Dude, 2 Ballymac Mondo, 3 Justice Matters, 4 Ballybough Mike (m), 5 Haughty Slippers (w), 6 Maggies Lucy (w).