progger

progger

(ˈprɒɡə)
n
(Pop Music) a fan of progressive rock music

progger

(ˈprɒɡə)
n
1. a beggar
2. a sharp implement typically used for stabbing or puncturing
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I'm not a big jazz fan, although the old progger in me makes me amenable to stuff that's long and in wonky time signatures.
I recall a celeb progger (can't remember his name, but he was famous, which under the by-laws of sports broadcasting means he was a Terrific Sage) explaining why Jimmy Connors was unstoppable; he'd taken serve and volley into unexplored, unimagined dimensions.
opens with a variation on the classic message-in-a-bottle motif employed by Barth throughout his career: the discovery by Ditsy, a transgendered progger, of a computer disk, waterproofed inside three Ziploc bags, containing an e-novel, which has washed ashore on a Chesapeake Bay marsh.