piggin

piggin

(ˈpɪɡɪn)
n
a small wooden bucket or tub. Also called: pipkin
[C16: origin unknown]
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Partly to show the indispensableness of this act, it may here be stated, that, in the old Dutch fishery, a mop was used to dash the running line with water; in many other ships, a wooden piggin, or bailer, is set apart for that purpose.
I told him the dingey was nearly swamped, and he reached me a piggin.
I heard the bows ground in the sand, staved the dingey off the rudder of the big boat with my piggin, and freeing the painter, landed.
The Seeds of Life program, overseen by an Australian agronomist Dr Colin Piggin, is now changing from a humanitarian operation in 1999 to ah agricultural extension program focused on sustainable production and the development of commercial crops.
12-21; `Anzac Day as Religious Revivalism: The Politics of Faith in Brisbane 1916-1939' in Mark Hutchinson and Stuart Piggin (eds), Reviving Australia, Sydney, 1994, pp.
Michael Piggin allegedly had a hit list of pupils and teachers he wanted to kill.
Mr M Piggin, balcony to ground floor rear elevation (conservation area), 6 Water Street, Hinchcliffe Mill, Holmfirth.
Dyma'r naw a ddewiswyd: Sharon Sanderson, 47, o Gaergeiliog, gweithio mewn siop; Sarah Wynn, 24, cynorthwy-ydd gweinyddol ac arholiadau, o Gaernarfon; Malcolm Hanks, 44, ffotograffydd o Lanllyfni; Dilwyn Pearce 47, ffarmwr o Lannefydd; Gethin Nevett, 31, o Landegfan, rhedeg cwmni adeiladu; Alwyn Hughes, 20, o Lanrhuddlad, astudio'r cyfryngau yn Aberystwyth; Carys Piggin, 44, iachawraig trwy ysbryd (spiritual healer) o Lanfaethlu; Mark Whitby, 24, gweithiwr ieuenctid o Fae Colwyn; Cerian Griffith, 21, cynorthwy-ydd dosbarth o Rosybol.
Corporate partners Maurice Dwyer, Ian Piggin, Kirsty Jefferies and David Marshall advised LDC on the transaction, which also involved the senior debt facilities provided by the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
Beatbullying's Richard Piggin said: "This incident, and the other abuse the twins suffered during their school years, is truly horrific and something no young child should have to go through.
On this development, see Stuart Piggin, "The Expanding Knowledge of God: Jonathan Edwards's Influence on Missionary Thinking and Promotion," in Jonathan Edwards at Home and Abroad: Historical Memories, Cultural Movements, Global Horizons, ed.
Solihull Junior School head boy Ross Edwards and Hayley Piggin from Year 1 present a cheque for pounds 1,300 to Russell Richards from Sight Savers International.