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manger

Nautical a basin-like construction in the bows of a vessel for catching water draining from an anchor rode or coming in through the hawseholes

Manger

[′mān·jər]
(astronomy)

manger

A trough in a stable for feeding cattle.

manger

cattle trough which served as crib for Christ. [N.T.: Luke 2:7]
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"At Christmas, I seemingly never get out of the manger," Diane says.
"We've made very good strategic moves," Manger said.
That the stable is the base, is at the heart of things, and because of the stable, precisely due to the manger, there is joy in the world?
go," Are the words of Itzik Manger conjuring up A picture in the
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Many of the souvenir shops around Manger Square where olive-wood nativity sets were once sold to throngs of tourists were boarded up and the main street, which before the uprising would have been packed with tourist buses, was empty.
This will be a sign for you: You will find a child wrapped in bands of cloth and lying in a manger" (Luke 2:8-12).
The RSC's production of The Dog In A Manger is a play with a radical difference.
To cite an illustration from my personal experience, I helped lift to his feet the incomparable Yiddish poet Itzik Manger, drunk in a Brooklyn stairwell, as he clutched on to me shouting, "ikh bin a dikhter far toyte," "I'm a poet for the dead!" (Seth Wolitz, The Hidden Isaac Bashevis Singer, ed.
Bernard Software Inc., a global provider of security solutions that protect against data loss, system threats, Internet abuse and unsolicited e-mail, today announced the availability of Open File Manager 9.3 with support for 64-bit computer platforms and expanded capabilities to seamlessly embed Open File Manger into virtually all OEM backup solutions.
The biblical birthplace of Jesus Christ is one of the few places on the West Bank that still has a sizeable Christian population, with many of the Christians living in the shadows of the Church of the Nativity, built over the reputed site of the manger. The Palestinian Christians are for the most part multilingual, private-school-educated, and property-owning.
James Galpin, Assistant Property Manager, Home Office Claims, Utica National Insurance Group, New Hartford, NY and Tom Brace, Claim Manger, Security Mutual Insurance Co., Utica, NY