budger

budger

(ˈbʌdʒə)
n
a person who budges or stirs
References in classic literature ?
Budger to her carriage, he darted swiftly from the room with every particle of his hitherto- bottled-up indignation effervescing, from all parts of his countenance, in a perspiration of passion.
The cottage, formerly belonged to Mr Thomas Budger and the new owner, Mr Jean Diter Gumbert of the Dragwell Forge was to have the dwelling rebuilt.
University of Missouri to cut 400 positions amid budger woes"--US News & World Report
CPR Cell Phone Repair Hudson, WI is located at 2270 Budger Drive, Hudson, WI 54016.
Following the implications of tax proposals announced in the budger, mutual fund industry experienced a decline in Assets under Management (AUMs) during fiscal year 2014-15.
Delta Air Lines and budger carrier Southwest Airlines rounded out the top five.
Aside from Arroyo, included in the complaint are former Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita, former Agrarian Reform Secretary Nasser Pangandaman, former DAR Undersecretary Narciso Nieto, Teresita Panlilio, former DAR Finance and Management Service (DAR-FMS) and current OIC Presidential Agrarian Reform Council (PARC) Secretariat, former Budger and Management Secretary (now Congressman) Rolando Andaya Jr.
The budger was presented by Finance Minister Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman.
For the eligible population, on a limited budger, these additional costs often cannot be met.
El power budger ([DELTA]P) se suele calcular como la diferencia entre la potencia de salida del transmisor (PTX) y la sensibilidad del receptor ([PRX.
Some examples recorded by Harris include budger (a butcher), catamouse (a bat), catchy pawl (a tadpole), frost candles (icicles) and sea parrot (the puffin).
Budger and Hare nearby and, around 1969, ASDA had just been built, I think on part of the site of a company called Walker Trailers, who disappeared.