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oggin

(ˈɒɡɪn)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical slang a word used by sailors for the sea
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Oggin Cup (presented to first armed services yacht on corrected time)
Representing the Navy, Adventure of Hornet will be skippered by Richard Tarr and will be competing against Challenger of Hornet(Army) and Discoverer of Hornet (Air Force) for the Oggin Cup.
Cy Oggins, the commission's division chief for environmental planning, said eight speakers in Oceanside raised questions ranging from emergency response to storage of the radioactive waste.
Because there is no single representative gaming addiction measure, modified versions of the IAT have been used for many years in numerous studies on gaming (Jeong & Kim, 2011; Oggins & Sammis, 2012; Pawlikowski & Brand, 2011).
Szarmach and Virginia Darrow Oggins (Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 1986), pp.
Jean Oggins, "Notions of HIV and Medication among Multiethnic People Living with HIV," Health & Social Work 28 (February 2003): 53.
Please address correspondence and reprint requests to Jean Oggins, Ph.
But not Isaiah "Cy" Oggins and his eventual wife, the vivacious, Russian-born Nerma Berman, radicals who kept the flame alive to their bitter ends, as operatives for Soviet intelligence.
These divisions became more pronounced, and soon programs emerged that were based on the needs of specific populations, not on disease eradication in general (Blake & Taylor, 2006; Lester, 1993; Oggins, 2003; Smith et al.
Jean Oggins & Amy Fleming, Welfare Reform Sanctions and Financial Strain in a Food-Pantry Sample, 28 J.
Those who have physical and mental health problems, histories of domestic violence, lack of child care, or inadequate transportation are more likely to be sanctioned (for example, Cherlin, Bogen, Quane, & Burton, 2002; Coping with Block Grants, 1998; Goldberg & Schott, 2000; Oggins & Fleming, 2001; Strawn, 1997).
In a more than we need to know scenario, scary Ms Carey says she hasn't had her oggins since the summer of 2001.