Juggs


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n. pl.1.See Jougs.
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But at Java Juggs business is booming, with workers picking up close to 150 dollars in tips during a six-hour shift.
Anthony Juggs gave Walsall the early advantage, Tim Beaty restored parity on 31 minutes before Whitehead's goal.
She showed that in a new, way-out comedy called "Mother, Juggs and Speed" AA, now at the Gaumont.
The checklist, which included popular titles such as Playboy as well as more obscure publications such as Juggs, represented magazines available in the community where the research was conducted.
Then the male characters lobbied to change the name from Jane's World to Juggs World.
("Reny Fleur," aka Matthew Licht, celebrated Currin's mammary madness in Juggs magazine.) Alongside this sickish thematic evolves Currin's increasingly pronounced dabbling in the art-historical warehouse.