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Hag.

abbr. Bible
Haggai
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Hag.

abbreviation for
(Bible) Haggai
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'Though I should die you shan't have that,' said the hag.
"You were kind to me to whom none is now kind, and I have come to warn you in payment of your kindness," answered the old hag.
At length he came upon it, and, after repeated pounding with the pommel of his sword, it was opened by a slatternly old hag.
Says I, on second thoughts,"I guess I won't kick you, old fellow." "Wise Stubb," said he,"wise Stubb;" and kept muttering it all the time, a sort of eating of his own gums like a chimney hag. seeing he wasn't going to stop saying over his "wise Stubb, wise Stubb," I thought I might as well fall to kicking the pyramid again.
The man in the mantle obeyed without a word in reply, the door closed upon him; he heard Phoebus bolt it, and a moment later descend the stairs again with the aged hag. The light had disappeared.
Looking over them was a wrinkled, scraggy hag. It was Strickland's version of the Holy Family.
Now when this message was delivered to the Queen it filled her with dismay, for Mombi was her chief counsellor, and Jinjur was terribly afraid of the old hag. But she sent for Mombi, and told her what Glinda had said.
Summary: Amsterdam [Netherlands], Jun 21 (ANI): Dutch football club Ajax AFC has announced that the team will be renewing the contract of manager Erik ten Hag.
"Our defensive organisation was excellent," pointed out Ten Hag."In the final third we didn't play all that well but the players' mindset was to defend our 1-0 lead.
"It worked to our benefit," added Ten Hag. "The team grew quickly, having to play so many important and decisive games.
'It's a result that is very important for Dutch football,' said Ten Hag. 'We are on the way back, the signs are there.
And I'm an ugly old hag. But I'm a very, very, very happy old hag."