a.1.Full of bridges.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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David's wife Bridget, known as Bridgey, was left grieving while heavily pregnant.
- they knew there'd be protests if it were more public Dave Stan BRIDGEY McBridgeface would of been better but ah well it's just a bridge.
"The likes of Bridgey and Corey have really been good in the last few weeks.
"It was always hard with TJ, with Jeremy (Hyatt), with Bridgey (Andrew Bridge), Lynard (Stewart), Charles (Smith), Drew (Sullivan) and even a little bit with Darius (Defoe), although he was a kid then.
But "Bridgey" as he is known to everyone in racing, has been around for too long to be drawn into talking about targets.
The decision with Bridgey came because we were moving in a different direction and it was probably a little bit difficult because the friendship still remains.
When asked by the prosecutor for his view on the charges against Terry, 31, who is accused of racially abusing Queen Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand in a match last October, Cole said that he heard Ferdinand shouting the words "Bridgey, or black" and "c**t" at Terry during the game.
Summers, her husband Steve, and their two Shelties, Bridgey and Autumn, reside in Poland, Ohio, where she produces artworks at Nova 2000 Studio, surrounded by English perennial gardens and Japanese Koiponds.
"Poor Bridgey is not having a lot of luck just lately is he?
"Good old Bridgey," belted out more than one racegoer, many of whom were later singing along to Kempton's appointed musical interlude, The Hookey Band.
Gdsm Tom Cummins, of Rhyl, says: "Merry Christmas to all my family and happy New Year to mum and dad, Loydy, Gary, Bridgey, Mattie, to Vicky and the boys.