If you gently push the swing-door ajar and peer in you draw upon yourself the contemptuous looks of the barmaid, who at once puts you down in the same category with area sneaks and cadgers
, Motherwell A It was called Nicholson's Cafe at 6a Nicholson Street, Edinburgh.
Paterson and United chairman Atholl Cadger
couldn't be contacted last night but a club statement said the parting had been "amicable" and thanked him for bringing the club a first senior trophy, the Aberdeenshire Cup, in 2013.
The horses were given names such as Acorn, Cadger
Attached to a whisky bottle was this notice: "Will be sold to the highest bidder for purchase of scrubbing brush and soap for the purpose of scrubbing down of mouching Valentine Mul-, the ale cadger
, and sloppy Liz, the stout moucher.
The company, which was founded in 1999 by Ian Cadger
, provides line pipes, fittings, flanges and valves to oil and gas industry customers in Europe, the Middle East and the Far East.
An unnamed developer wants to build the homes on fields off Cadger
But the home fans had to wait until 65 minutes to feel certain of the points, Fraser's free-kick being headed on by Chris Steel for Graeme Cadger
to knock home.
In The Eunuch Terence sketches the art of the cadger
, who has to be adaptable for his very survival Gradually the term parasite' underwent a pejoration; the scrounger got a worse and worse press.
worked for free, but made his living by "cadging" tips from the hunters.
The other is the histrionic, ranting, overpraised wordsmith; drunkard, cadger
, thief and womaniser, who finally got what he deserved; the Americans would call it his come-uppance.
employment never was of a higher character than that of a cadger
or itinerant dealer in salt through the country districts of Fife; that he retired from the calling in which he contrived with difficulty to earn a scanty living not from having acquired a competency but from mere inability to catty it on, and that the whole property of which he is now possessed is a miserable cottage with about a rood or two of ground attached.