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urger

(ˈɜːdʒə)
n
someone or something that urges
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urger ch topped A PUB in County Durham is serving up a burger made from 1.5kg of beef in ten patties each topped with cheese and bacon.
Anyone with any information or anyone who may have witnessed the incident is urger to contact Gwent Police on 101.
Specialist police were carrying out an operation to tackle gang crime in the area, when the flashing lights spooked Azer Urger who was driving in the opposite direction.
The footage - which you can watch above - has been released byNorthumbria Policeto urger owners to keep their motorcycles secure.
He also urger Makati residents to use social media to send their concerns to the city government, through the following social media sites:Facebook: MyMakatiVerified; Twitter:@Mayora_Abby;Instagram: mymakati; Youtube: MyMakati; and website: www.makati.gov.ph.
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(7.) Orhan I, Ormeci T, Aydin S, Altin G, Urger E, Soylu E, et al.
Sarfraz perhaps comes closest to Moin Khan and Younis Khan in his style, though Moin was more of an 'urger' than a strategist that Younis was.
Baillie noted that he is "procurer and urger of the sentence; that though he voyced not, bot satt discovered, yet he did not remove with my Lord Mountnorris." (105) Bailie afforded the hat some relevance, but recognized the tangible effect of Strafford's physical presence in the room, and his role in organizing the court martial.
Ever since its inception KFC has been household favorite amongst the masses and is known best for its friend chicken and Zinger b urger.