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"Yeah, we might have a serial weenie wagger on our hands."
Seems our magic cured his ancestral were disease along with growing him a new wagger.
Imagine God facing this tail wagger.
She is not a fire-and-brimstone finger wagger, though faith is a centerpiece of her life."
First are the ones who are wagging their finger back at the finger wagger and saying, "You liar, you!"
He sent his front extensors out to grapple gently at the quivering brown mop of fur, the glorious tail wagger.
Staked just above the footbridge, Pete also plumped for wagger and maggot and caught chub.
You can visualize the front-page headlines: "Thousands Shiver as Misplugged Wagger Blacks Out East Coast."
Sergeant M. C. 'Wagger' Thornton was singing 'Cow Cow Boogie' and - like almost everyone else on all the gliders-chain-smoking Player's cigarettes.
Snicker all you want, but the diagrams accompanying these instructions are rudimentary at best, and the befuddled wife could easily have plugged the wagger into, say, a light socket or the household fuse box.
PLUG THE WAGGER INTO THE MINI MOTOR.
And when a king, in return for Hans's hospitality, promises to give him the first thing that meets the royal eyes back in his kingdom, we know that isn't going to be faithful Wagger, the royal dog.
CATEGORIES like "Best Tail Wagger," "Clever Canine Tricks" and "Heinz 57 Mixed Breed" are not the usual ones for a dog show.
Poor Wagger Thornton, a man slightly smaller than average, was practically buried under equipment by now: he had on his pack, his grenade pouch, his Sten gun, magazines for the Bren gun and extra ammunition for himself.
Whereas British soldiers - men like Jack Bailey and Wally Parr and Billy Gray and Wagger Thornton - were eager to seize the initiative, quick to exploit an opportunity, ready to act on their own if need be.
Prizes will be awarded to 24 dogs in the pageant whose characteristics are outstanding in such categories as most mixed breed, best lap dog, most lovable elderly dog and most lovable pup, best kisser, tail wagger and most talented.
Barns was what was known in the trade as a "wand wagger"--one of those lonely men who stand in front of picture windows overlooking crowded streets and display their manliness to the world, or at least to as much of it as is willing to look.