baggie

baggie

(ˈbæɡɪ)
n
a variety of thin, strong, sealable plastic bag, used primarily for storing food
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ABDULAI BAGGIE is relishing the twin benefits of a regular place in Tranmere's starting line-up and the freedom to roam across the front line.
Unfortunately, a boy at the party feels her up and the baggie breaks and she rushes to the bathroom to clean up the soup.
AB ABDULAI BAGGIE makes no bones about putting career before country as he seeks to establish himself as a regular first-team starter for Tranmere.
Place each in a baggie and label them 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.
Of the midfielders Max Power is 21, James Rowe 22, Jake Kirby 20, Abdulai Baggie 22.
what could have been reaching for a weapon initially (and) certainly, after the observation was made of the baggie, subsequently attempting to prevent destruction of evidence.
Just a minute into the second half and Abdulai Baggie equalised after an incisive through ball from stand-in skipper Max Power gave him time to calmly slot through Joe Lumley's legs.
Well, for one Baggie at least, the sky certainly isn't the limit.
ABDULAI BAGGIE finally brought the curtain down on his season last weekend - on the last day of May.
TRANMERE winger Abdulai Baggie has been named in the Sierra Leone squad for their African Cup of Nations preliminary round of qualifying tie against Swaziland.
ABDULAI Baggie faces two months on the sidelines after sustaining a knee injury in a reserve game this week.
Developing players such as Cole Stockton and Abdulai Baggie have taken a back seat this season while Rovers looked to a succession of temporary signings to aid their fight to climb the League One table.