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rigg

(rɪɡ)
n
(Animals) a type of shark often used for meat
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Caleb Garth, having little expectation and less cupidity, was interested in the verification of his own guesses, and the calmness with which he half smilingly rubbed his chin and shot intelligent glances much as if he were valuing a tree, made a fine contrast with the alarm or scorn visible in other faces when the unknown mourner, whose name was understood to be Rigg, entered the wainscoted parlor and took his seat near the door to make part of the audience when the will should be read.
Rigg, and had taken out his snuff-box and tapped it, but had put it again unopened as an indulgence which, however clarifying to the judgment, was unsuited to the occasion.
that residuary legatee was Joshua Rigg, who was also sole executor, and who was to take thenceforth the name of Featherstone.
The second will revoked everything except the legacies to the low persons before mentioned (some alterations in these being the occasion of the codicil), and the bequest of all the land lying in Lowick parish with all the stock and household furniture, to Joshua Rigg.
Rigg in conversation: there was no knowing how many pairs of legs the new proprietor might require hose for, and profits were more to be relied on than legacies.
Rigg Featherstone there was more discontent with immediate visible consequences than speculation as to the effect which his presence might have in the future.
Riggs,' or 'Mademoiselle de Maupin,' or just plain 'Topsy.
But despite being paid up front and telling the group he had booked the hotel, 41-year-old Rigg failed to keep his side of the agreement.
An inquest jury found that officers used "unsuitable" force after arresting Mr Rigg for attacking passers-by and police officers in Balham, south London.
Now Joan, 82 and living in Benton in Newcastle, will be one of 600 ex-Brown Rigg pupils who will descend on Bellingham for a three-day reunion in June.
Last year alone, we had 3,000 Europeans and 1,000 Americans visit," Rigg says proudly.
Rigg, 35, had been arrested because his DNA was found on a screwdriver discovered close to a house that had been raided.