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pledger

(plej′ĕr)
A colloquial term for an adolescent or preteen––ager who promises to abstain from sexual intercourse. Conversely, a nonpledger is a young person who does not promise to maintain sexual abstinence.
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This is new ground for most of us," Bell told Robert Pledger and his neighbors earlier this month during an informational meeting.
Pledger said a better description would be "commodity trading adviser.
Pledger said this means the airport would have to be guarded or patrolled for 50 miles around the grounds of the airport, which he believes is "unrealistic.
Domestic production is being doubled this year and quadrupled in 2006 to keep pace with increasing demand, said Pledger.
We look forward to this being the first of many additional federal contracts following on the DHS contract," said Pledger.
A spokesman said: "We can categorically state that Sir Malcolm Pledger is not going early because of any operation in the war.
David Pledger Madison of Brooksville and the late Mr.
They're still operationally using these airplanes over in Afghanistan, so they're not as readily available to put through that process as they would normally be," Pledger said.
However, Corby hit back two minutes later with Spencer hitting a fierce shot from 20 yards, which hit the back of the net before Ian Pledger could move.
The correct answer for August's competition is: Namibia The winner is: Pippa Pledger of Thetford
MAR612) JAMES PLEDGER - DAC TECHNOLOGIES GROUP INTERNATIONAL (DAAT).