Zigger

Zig´ger


v. i.1.(Mining) Same as Sicker.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In Downpatrick, Noel Meade's Zigger Zagger, despite a fall last time in Kilbeggan, appeals in the Strictly For Beginners Chase.
We run Corskeagh Royale and The Herds Garden at Navan, while Zigger Zagger and Busty Brown run at Leopardstown on Sunday.
Jim has also been contacted by Newcastle-born playwright Peter Terson, whose work includes Zigger Zagger, which is about football hooligans.
In addition, Diggle, Liang and Zigger (1994) states that the main advantage of longitudinal or pooled data analysis is its effectiveness for studying change.
This Willie Mullinstrained mare had looked a little exposed after four bumper starts, finishing second on three occasions, beaten by Zigger Zagger, Moscow Magic and Myztique respectively.
Rasmus joined Arthur Terry's drama club and fondly recalls taking part in Zigger Zagger, a play about the trials and tribulations of football fans.
IT'S a sign of how awful most of the housemates are that Zigger has become someone I only hate instead of despise.
They cast me in the title role in Zigger Zagger at the Youth Theatre, the inaugural production.
Before then, main-house productions will be Peter Terson's Zigger Zagger, in which the Cresecent Youth Theatre will explore the world of football hooligans (March); Romeo and Juliet (April); and Moll Flanders (May).
TOLD Zigger he would "not be seen as a bad person" for dumping Chanelle.
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