moggan

moggan

(ˈmɒɡən)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a stocking or legging without a foot
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"Liam Moggan has been in with us for the last number of years and he's done a fantastic job so it's just a tweak in that regard.
HSI engaged the services of the high-profile Liam Moggan in developing its coaching structures.
They're coming this way!" And then we were running for the car as we heard the unsettling baying sounds of the "Moggan Tar" - also known as the Death Dogs, the gytrash, and a dozen other names in tongues of Gaelic, Saxon and mongrel English.
English Schools' under-17 high jump champion Rebecca Pottinger (Birtley) just failed to add another gold medal to her trophy cabinet after being beaten on countback by Ireland's Grainne Moggan after the pair had cleared 1.69m.
Award-winning film-maker Julie Moggan was on board making a programme, hopefully for Channel Four, about those who make regular journeys on QE2.
Barry Pender (St Abban's AC), Kourosh Fouroghi (Star of the Sea AC) and Grainne Moggan (Brothers Pearse AC), will all compete in the high jump.
High Jump: Grainne Moggan 1.70m Long Jump: Aileen Ruane 5.49m.
Jim Bolger and Willie Cullen will remain on as selectors, while the county board have appointed the highly rated pair of Liam Moggan as psychologist and Mickey Mc Geehan as physical trainer.
Given today's high standards in terms of team preparation with inter-county squads, it seems odd that Carlow have only moved to appoint Moggan and McGeehan after the NFL campaign has ended.
Pat Duffy and Liam Moggan from the NCTC in Limerick popped by.
He was named as James Moggan from Clogherboy, Tuam, Co Galway.