Bergie


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Bergie

(ˈbɜːɡɪ)
n
slang South African a vagabond, esp one living on the slopes of Table Mountain in the Western Cape province of South Africa
[from Afrikaans berg mountain]
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Catherine's Bishop Gerard Bergie have also criticized OECTA for its inappropriate stance on the parade, as has the Board of Trustees of the London Catholic District School Board and the York Catholic Board.
He's sort of found his way out of his little funk, and he just seems to be finding his game right now, but it doesn't hurt to play with a guy like Smitty and Bergie.
Dialogue is always a positive experience of faith, said Bishop Gerard Bergie, who participated in the discussions from 2009 to 2012.
A club like Arsenal deserve such a stadium," said Bergie, who has bought a box at the Emirates as he'll continue living in London.
He even, like Bergie, managed to survive another "Sick" challenge in a so-called friendly.
In 2008, along with the rest of the school district's departments, Director of Application Development Joe Charnock and Chief Information Officer Bud Bergie were told they had to cut a total of 15 percent from their budget.
When you look at some of the situations like last game with Bergie (Bergeron) and (Pavel) Datsyuk, when you don't know the other teams' players as well -- which we will with time -- things will get better.
Catharines' Bishop Gerard Bergie for his instrumental role in helping to shape the report called "Respecting Difference," on school clubs.
If Fergie is rightly hailed as the monarch among managers, Bergie has to be the player with few, if any, peers.
In the subscription fulfillment business, our customers are demanding more real-time data and we needed to create a data warehousing option that was cost effective and met our functionality requirements," said Lawrence Bergie, CIO, Kable News.
Usually in Sweden, I play a lot so I've done it before," Soderberg said, "but for the team, it's best if Bergie comes back tomorrow.
On Wednesday, January 25, 2012, the special task force of the Catholic schools of Ontario set up in the spring of 2011, with Bishop Gerard Bergie of St.