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bogle

a rhythmic dance, originating in the early 1990s, performed to ragga music
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Going into that game against Bristol City, Bogle, 24, had done the difficult bit.
A distraught Bogle walks off after his red card at Ashton Gate
But now bigger clubs have started to ogle Bogle (left) after three goals in his last three Championship matches.
Yet they have the potential to kick into overdrive if Warnock deploys the dynamic duo of Bogle and Tomlin more often in the second half of the season.
Cardiff introduced forwards Lee Tomlin and Bogle for the start of the second half.
Asked how big is too big for the mutual fund giant, Bogle said he's "tempted to say $4.
Bogle, 40, from Long Lane, in Sparkbrook, denied all the charges against him when he appeared at Birmingham Crown Court on Thursday.
Bogle will join existing partners, Vice Chairmen Greg Katz and Tim Capps, in the creation of NGKF's Critical Transactions Group.
Doncaster's Andy Williams and Grimsby's Omar Bogle both scored hat-tricks.
Very Rev Albert Bogle, who now works for Falkirk Presbytery as a pioneer minister, said he wrote the song to mark the epic journey of medical ship Jubilee Hope from the River Clyde to Lake Victoria in Tanzania in 2014.
Kevin Bogle, 41, withdrew cash from the bank account of widowed 70-yearold David Bogle on 12 separate occasions.