Waggie


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Wag´gie

    (~gĭ)
n.1.The pied wagtail.
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[5.] Tawa N, Waggie F and M Frantz Risk factors for chronic non communicable diseases in Mombasa, Kenya: epidemiological study using WHO stepwise approach.
"If you spend time on a rugby pitch with Waggie (Neil Mason) you will learn.
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(19) This is in contrast with reports of Lverhulst, Z waggie et al and zwiener RJ, Charles MG et al showing essentially similar presentation of organophosphorus poisoning of children to adults, with commonest features being meiosis, bronchorrhea, tachycardia and decreased level of consciousness.
(39.) Hatherill M, Salie S, Waggie Z, Lawrenson J, Hewitson J, Reynolds L et al.
Yes, people like me and Paris Hilton are all thickos because we prefer our four-legged chums to come with wet noses and waggie tails instead of sharp claws and a disinterest in anything, give or take the occasional mouse, other than themselves.
Adler, W., Song, L., Chopra, R.K., Winchurch, R.A., Waggie, K.S., and Nagel, J.E., "The Immune Deficiency of Aging," in Powers, D., Morley, J., and Coe, R., eds., Aging, Immunity, and Infection, New York: Springer, 1993.
Waggie et al., "Hyperchloraemic metabolic acidosis following open cardiac surgery," Archives of Disease in Childhood, vol.
Junior records are a bit sketchy, but the best I can find is 94 by Willie "Waggie" Ross, of Yoker, in 1947-48.