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mugga

(ˈmʌɡə)
n
(Animals) an Australian eucalyptus tree with dark bark and pink flowers, Eucalyptus sideroxylon
[from a native Australian language]
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Richard Armitage returns to voice Wolverine Richard Armitage with cast mates Rodney Henry and Mugga. Image Credit: Instagram
There were clusters living out towards Yarralumla, and even a group of bachelors sharing an extremely comfortable house on Mugga Way, in the diplomats' district.
Fetch mugga coffee, perhaps "anointed" coffee, and carefully place on coaster.
Upfront Comedy presents Black History Month Comedy Special with Mugga, Sean G and Dana Michelle/Boris Nicoli- KGB Mind Reader: The Drum, Birmingham.
With a 10lb BS GR60 mainline tied to a 15lb Stealth hooklink, and finished off with a size 10 Mugga hook, Daryl then hair-rigged a 15mm Perfection boilie.
There are frequent references to Reid's family home, but its location (on the prestigious Mugga Way in Canberra's Red Hill) isn't noted until p.
(35) Similarly, the geomantic intent discerned by Proudfoot provides the best explanation that I have come across so far for Griffin's somewhat bizarre and decidedly unecological Coloured Hills scheme, whereby Mt Ainslie was to be planted out with yellow-flowering plants, such as broom and acacias, Red Hill with red-flowering plants, such as callistemon, Mugga Mugga with white-flowering plants, such as Eucalyptus cinerea, and Black Mountain, with pink and white flowering plants, such as Japanese peaches, plums, cherries and almonds.
Maurice "Hot Rod" Hulbert originated the "Rocket Ship Show" concept and novel phrases and terms including "Great gugga mugga shooga booga," "Mommy'o and Daddy'o," and "VOSA" (voice of sound advice).
Hair-rigging a 14mm Mainline Fusion boilie to a size-6 Mugga hook with 50lb Arma-Kord hooklink, Jack set his stall out for a big carp.