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shag

1
1. a napped fabric, usually a rough wool
2. shredded coarse tobacco

shag

2
another name for the green cormorant (Phalacrocorax aristotelis)
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class="MsoNormalIn shags, muratina (traditional wine) would be brewed to quench the thirsts of the city uncles and two he-goats would meet their deaths to please nyama choma cravings as well.
Senior Housing Assistance Group (SHAG) Community Life Foundation is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization.
With all of the other decorative elements in a space, a shag is "something that just grounds the room," said Satya Tiwari, president, Surya.
This is SHAG the store's fifth year participating during Palm Springs Modernism Week and SHAG has apparently designed some cool retro inspired products (like glassware) specifically for the event.
"We didn't want the feeling of 'I'm sitting at a really high desk and I'm going to yell at you.' Hence the shag rug.
In 2013, his image of a shag and its chick on the Farne Islands, titled Watchful Eye, was highly commended in the competition.
Shag Week events will also take place on February 18 in DIT, Dublin and February 20 in Limerick Institute of Technology.
The shag, begun as a dance by black performers in 1903, eventually became the official state dance of North and South Carolina, and was especially popular in the state's beach and coastal areas.
"I can't imagine a sign at a women's function saying you can shag my husband," he added.
KATHMANDU, May 5 -- A new species of bird, Indian Shag (Phalacrocorax fuscicollis), has been sighted in the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve (KTWR).