Bergie


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Bergie

(ˈbɜːɡɪ)
n
slang South African a vagabond, esp one living on the slopes of Table Mountain in the Western Cape province of South Africa
[from Afrikaans berg mountain]
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He added: "We have a hell of a lot of depth now, especially in the prop position with how well Bergie played at the weekend.
Catharines, Ontario, Bishop Gerard Bergie echoed that sentiment to his diocese, and parishioners responded in droves.
double wing formation." Minutes before the end of the first half, Carlisle drove with Joe Bergie, the team's center, scoring the first touchdown.
Bergie Jones, president of the Jackson Federation of Teachers, told others at the rally that even though teachers are already in line to receive a pay raise this session, educators must demand higher pay for other state employees.
Catherine's Bishop Gerard Bergie have also criticized OECTA for its inappropriate stance on the parade, as has the Board of Trustees of the London Catholic District School Board and the York Catholic Board.
He's sort of found his way out of his little funk, and he just seems to be finding his game right now, but it doesn't hurt to play with a guy like Smitty and Bergie.''
Dialogue is always a positive experience of faith, said Bishop Gerard Bergie, who participated in the discussions from 2009 to 2012.
When a bergie shouts after them: "That is wrong (...) A sheep and a pig can't be together" (Khumalo, 2007:291), Otter realises this old hobo, stuck in the past, does not seem to grasp that the two of them have moved beyond the ignorance, distrust and contempt associated with the pain of the old South Africa.
Note: if he or she ends up collecting cards, avoid Donruss because, according to Bergie of Bergie's Sports Card Dugout, Donruss had its production license revoked by the Major League Baseball Player's Association last year.
A club like Arsenal deserve such a stadium," said Bergie, who has bought a box at the Emirates as he'll continue living in London.
He even, like Bergie, managed to survive another "Sick" challenge in a so-called friendly.
Moving up through the bergie bits to Margerie and Grand Pacific glaciers, we stood off watching the calving ice, and when one sizable blueish-white tower collapsed, the captain aimed the ship's bow into the oncoming waves.