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shag

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

shag

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another name for the green cormorant (Phalacrocorax aristotelis)
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Intriguing, touchable texture, however, is hardly exclusive to shags.
The Farne Islands are home to more than 80,000 pairs of breeding seabirds which include four internationally important species - Arctic terns, sandwich terns, roseate terns and shags.
THE Springwatch finale (BBC2, Thursday) and Simon King's on the Farne Islands "catching up with our shag family" while Kate Humble reckons she's got some "textbook great tits" to show us.
Shags are greeny black and are abundant around Shetland's coastline.
X shags the ball quickly and moves from the playing area as the next group begins.
ISLANDERS who dine on protected seabirds have been stunned after one hunter became the first to be fined for bagging shags.
Although much of Shags work doesn't contain tikis or references to Polynesian pop, Shag, whose birth name is Josh Agle, commented, "To a lot of people, my work does a really good job of capturing the sort of lounge-bachelor-tiki lifestyle.
s new Quick Lift clips--a warp-speed way to add volume to the roots of short shags.
New York Home Fashions Market, as this colorway--while always popular--has been on the rise in the home furnishings category Other themes at market included shags and Americana.
The new shags that we have come out with lend themselves to a soft contemporary or transitional environment," Damavandi said.
Soon Chelsea is living in LA where she variously shags a male stripper called Thunder, a male model called Ross and a male hooker called Ed.