puggy


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puggy

or

puggie

adj, -gier or -giest
NZ sticky, claylike
[probably from pug2]
References in classic literature ?
he called out sharply, and Puggy instantly shut up his mouth, and said no more.
Besides, I don't fancy poor old Puggy would commit suicide, somehow.
Fans of the show saw Clansman regular Eric, played by James Martin, drop dead at the pub's puggy machine in last night's episode - after he was touched by Craiglang's sinister new undertaker.
Each moral-heavy interlude is accompanied by a pop rock soundtrack courtesy of Belgian band Puggy.
Resulto que ese George White era realmente Whitney Krokower, alias Puggy White, un miembro de la banda de Capone.
The puggy pair are up for eviction tonight and let's hope it's not Audley who goes - when they finish that countdown before the doors slide open, he might stay down.
I'm sure we taught her a lesson in life - or at least how to play the puggy.
These lodes comprise a swarm of E-trending, narrow, vertical to sub-vertical shears composed of crushed schist, quartz veins, stringers, and puggy clay.
Due to his appearance, his first owners left Puggy a 10 year-old Pekingese, to die.
Meet Puggy, the 10-year-old Pekingese whose tongue is officially longer than any other dog's.
Dick and Rick Wackell, Wilfred "Wee" Iandoli, Henry Ciborowski, Walter Shea, Beth Robinson, Hoover Garabedian, Pat Santa Maria, Bob Sposato, Jack Ratcliffe, Bruin Rawson, Hurley Silbor, Ron Silvestri, Mike Simmarano, Bill Samko, Roy Samra, Lois Robinson, Kris Robinson, Bob Sundquist, Tony Simmarano, Butch Ravelson, Bob Reno, Dick Rossetti, Henry Roy, Skip Roy, Pat Rossi, John Grenier, Steve Guinee, Billy McCann, Paul Rezuke, Paul Reschke, Dave Wing, Rich Ianatta, Dean Iandoli, Jim Iandoli, Bill Messier, Joe Mewhiney, Coke Mezzano, Ken Milhem, Ted Mirty, Puggy and Cindi Price.