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hagg

(hæɡ)
n
(Physical Geography) a variant spelling of hag2
References in classic literature ?
As to my cousin Sophia, I can't imagine her to be such a simpleton as to have the least scruple on such an account, or to conceive any harm in punishing one of these haggs for the many mischiefs they bring upon families by their tragi-comic passions; for which I think it is a pity they are not punishable by law.
A sales office is located in the adjacent Dollar Rae building, 47 Haggs Road, which is open from Thursday to Monday from 11am until 5.
Tracey Morgan Clubhouse Manager at Haggs Castle Golf Club said: I would definitely encourage other small companies to employ people with disabilities there is someone out there for your business.
As Haggs Gate is set back from the road, the only people to come here are residents or people visiting residents.
Prices at Haggs Gate range from pounds 165,000 for a two-bedroom flat to pounds 315,000 for a three-bedroom penthouse.
Detective Superintendent Willie Prendergast said the men made off in a white van in the direction of Haggs Road.
The Cobblers sold fans' favourites Ray Warburton and Carl Haggs to neighbours Rushden and Diamonds on Friday and tempers were running high before the opening whistle.
THE individuals responsible for sanctioning works to commence on the M80 at Haggs the week of the English bank holiday as well as the festivities celebrating the Queen's Jubilee should be commended for their gross incompetence.
MP Rosemary McKenna has now urged Transport Scotland to act on the complaints over the Stepps to Haggs section of the A80 Glasgow to Stirling road.