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manger

a receptacle, usually of wood or iron, for the feeding of grain and chopped roughage to farm and racing animals.
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Western FC ousted Queens Park Mangers in the second semi with a 2-0 win to progress to the final, where they would meet heavy favourites Paul Crowley.
While 60 percent of risk mangers say their renewal program increased for general liability, 90 percent say they did not make any change in their program.
RKF Vice President Joshua Strauss and Director Jackie Totolo arranged a 1,685-s/f ground-floor lease for Pret A Manger at 825 Eighth Ave.
Bevan says the average tenure for a manger was just 1.
By radio, Mangers and the others were told to return to camp.
These were mangers of the design that Premier Fence has instructions for.
The orphans were busy assembling their mangers as I walked among them to see if they needed any help.
Contingency plans include personal deliveries by mangers and at least one collection from post boxes in the Birmingham area today and tomorrow.
While most senior executives at banking institutions -- senior and executive vice presidents -- are strongly committed to the sale of these non-traditional products, middle mangers -- directors of marketing and vice presidents -- are much more skeptical about the roll-out and implementation of these programs.
An entrepreneur, philanthropist and dedicated small business advocate, Mangers founded WebVisible in 2001 to help small businesses get "found" online by potential customers using search engines, online directories, mobile phones and GPS devices.
Each year, residents from Thousand Oaks to Simi Valley and beyond go all out to decorate their residences with twinkling lights, glowing mangers, lighted greetings, gigantic stars, religious figures - anything and everything associated with the holidays.