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Related to BLAG: blog, Blague, blab
BLAGBuffer Layer-Assisted Growth (physical chemistry)
BLAGBenign Lymphocytic Angiitis and Granulomatosis
BLAGBipartisan Legal Advisory Group (US House of Representatives)
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The council has launched an advertising campaign with the Blag A Tagger scheme being promoted on the side of Solihull's taxis.
The Sunday Mirror had previously reported how Essex boy Mark, 28, used his star status to blag freebies and keep the costs down.
As part of the blitz, an initiative called Blag A Tagger has been launched calling on old and young alike to report those committing the offence.
You would think with all his showbiz contacts, Declan Donnelly would be able to blag tickets to see his great mate Robbie Williams.
Nicky Byrne said: "We're here to try and see if we can blag a free suit.
Sentencing the father-of-three at Leeds Crown Court yesterday, Judge Sally Cahill QC said: "Mr West is a man who, in my opinion, thought he could bully and blag his way past trading standards officers.
Anyone confident they can blag their way around the world, should contact the Lost
HUNDREDS of students will attempt to beg, borrow and blag their way around the world in a 36-hour race to raise [euro]100,000 for charity this weekend.
MAYBE Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright are smiling ear to ear on their night out in Essex as they've managed to blag free evening entertainment at their wedding in the form of James Argent.
LAST week's revelations about the city's male BLAG culture may have proved a hit with my female friends but it definitely alienated me from a handful of my mates.
IN Victorian times, a blag was a hand-bag snatch in the street.