mog

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mog

(mɒɡ)
n
another word for moggy
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His eldest daughter Margaret (Mog, as he loved to call her) was so clever that learned men praised and rewarded her.
"I asked Mogs if I could hold the baby and checked his airways to make sure they were clear."
Ubique Networks is an innovative technology company delivering a network intelligence and optimization platform that provides the ultimate lag-less experience for multiplayer online games (MOGs) and e-sports.
However, with recent events in Paris and atrocities in Syria, perhaps sold-out Mogs aren't the biggest thing to worry about.
Why were not more Mogs made?" A spokesman for Sainsbury's said: "We had a fixed number of toys created and these are all out in stores.
Mixture-of-Gaussians (MoG) background model is widely used in such application to segment moving foreground for its effectiveness in dealing with gradual lighting changes and repetitive motion of leaves.
Partnering with the continent's key institutions and organisations to create logistics and service hubs such as this one with MOGS is how we leverage the growth opportunities here as well as add value at the same time."
It is, Sainsbury's tell me on the packet, 'wonderfully rich and crumbly slow-baked shortbread made in the Scottish Highlands to a traditional all butter (those last three words in bold type) recipe.' Frankly, and speaking as a Miserable Old Git (MOG) I didn't need to be told that.
Meanwhile, Mogs prepares for his big radio debut on Cwm FM, having at last persuaded Bleddyn to give him a slot on air to discuss his magic wishing well.
SUPERMARKET Sainsbury's has been accused of disappointing thousands of children wanting a Mog the cat this Christmas.
Babs winds Mogs and Dyl up a treat telling them she's got a job there.
There was a MOG outside my children's school recently stuck in his car behind a couple of parents who, unaccountably, wanted to stop and let their children out instead of heaving them through the window at speed.