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bodger

(ˈbɒdʒə)
adj
1. informal Austral worthless or second-rate
2. (Crafts) a labourer who traditionally lived and worked in the forest, making chairs from felling trees
[C20]
Translations
bendreier
References in classic literature ?
I waylaid old Bodger--Colonel Bodger, on the committee of the club, you know--and suggested over a whisky-and-soda that the management of Brown's would be behaving like sportsmen if they bumped my salary up a bit, and the old boy nearly strangled himself trying to suck down Scotch and laugh at the same time.
Bodgers late of this parish, and what the feelings of Mrs.
Mark Bodger, partnerships director for CITB Wales, said: "The forecast in Wales remains strong and shows the confidence in the Welsh construction sector to deliver major projects.
Bodger was a guy who had a mischievous badger who loved mashed potato.
Ben Vincent, Harry Collins, Nathan Gully, Tiago Micallef, son of ex-Cardiff City winger Tarki, and goalkeeper Thomas Bodger, all started the game and Bodger, who is being watched by Cardiff City, even managed a save in the penalty shootout to see his team drawn at home in the quarter-finals to Caerleon.
CITB's Strategic Partnerships Director for Wales, Mark Bodger, said: "It's an exciting time for the construction industry in Wales.
In a Cabinet of Tory incompetents Tax Bodger George Osborne makes a good case to be anointed the worst of them all.
Our goal is to provide high quality coatings at an affordable price within a reasonable and reliable delivery time," said Suzanne Bodger, managing partner of Qualified Coating Services and its sister company, CeralUSA, LLC.
BODGER Ian At Brampton Hospital, Cumbria, aged 85 yrs.
The group has branches in the United Kingdom and the English Channels Islands Jersey, managed by Duncan Steele Bodger, and a branch in Singapore, managed by Dr.
The Happy Birthday Steve Bodger Selling Hurdle is not.
They were helped by Andy Sherriff of the Marcher Freemen, a Welsh Medieval Group with emphasis on accurate living history, complete with bodger, fletcher, weaver, and surgeon as well as archers and men at arms.