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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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An action was taken on the direction of deputy commissioner Riaz Mehsud by additional deputy commissioner Mumtaz Ahmad and the mangers were held and their private office was also sealed, it informed.
In the casualty lines, risk mangers say rates for general liability, auto liability and workers' compensation rose by up to 10 percent.
With the new stores, Pret A Manger will have 37 Manhattan locations in total.
THE job of a football manger continues to be volatile and full of uncertainty, League Managers' Association chief executive Richard Bevan said yesterday.
Rounding a corner, Mangers spotted a German captain sitting on top of a tank.
Among the banned items are ``Santa Claus, Nut Crackers, Candy Canes, Snowmen, Easter Bunnies and Nativity Mangers.
Duck leavings on the mangers and sometimes even on the goats.
God is in mangers, among those counted as cattle, and among those who don't fit into the selfish and tight-fisted structures of the earth.
Those Royal Mail workers coming in will join mangers in trying to sort out Easter cards and first class and priority service mail in an effort to minimise delays.
Kirsten Mangers, who in the wake of the dot-com bust put every penny on the line to found WebVisible (www.
There was a shock for reigning champions Netherley FC who were beaten by Queens Park Mangers 3-2, and Paul Crowley managed to find the crucial goal as they beat Notinyourmums Forrest 1-0.