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spadger

(ˈspædʒə)
n
(Animals) dialect English a sparrow
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Marriage was not always on the cards for the lovebirds, who now live together on Ian's boat, Spadger.
He said his choice of Christmas book would be My Pal Spadger, by Bill Naughton.
The ride, now in its third year is known as Spadger's Ride as this was how the Garforth teenager was known to family and friends.
Perhaps Spadger, Dipstick, Lairy Larry and King Tut (our very own "Quiet One") are out there somewhere.
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A PLAQUE plastered to a wall in Staithes reads: "This covert was planted in memory of Spadger 1st Baron Sparrow, the hero of 100 fights, died March 1901." THE first Royal visitor to Mis ddlesbrough was the Duke of Sussex, Queen Victoria's uncle in 1838.
THE latest instalment of the outside-the-box parties of OSM Vs Club Spadger goes punk night.