Maggie


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AcronymDefinition
MaggieMagnetic Detector
MAGGIEMajor Ageing and Gender Issues in Europe (EU)
MAGGIEMid-America Gender Group Information Exchange (St. Louis, MO)
References in classic literature ?
Usually at the weekly hops Maggie kept a spot on the wall warm with her back.
Terry O'Sullivan was a victorious Prince Charming, and Maggie Toole winged her first butterfly flight.
Terry O'Sullivan, with his entrancing bow, relinquished a pretty girl in blue to her partner and started back to find Maggie.
But Maggie was off, darting her zig-zag way through the maze of dancers.
Why, you're like my brother Tom, Luke," said Maggie, wishing to turn the conversation agreeably; "Tom's not fond of reading.
screamed Maggie, jumping up from her sliding seat on the corn.
Oh dear, Luke," said Maggie, in a piteous tone, while the big tears rolled down her cheek; "Tom told me to take care of 'em, and I forgot.
Maggie actually forgot that she had any special cause of sadness this morning, as she stood on a chair to look at a remarkable series of pictures representing the Prodigal Son in the costume of Sir Charles Grandison, except that, as might have been expected from his defective moral character, he had not, like that accomplished hero, the taste and strength of mind to dispense with a wig.
That was a painful thought to Maggie, and she wished much that the subsequent history of the young man had not been left a blank.
Maggie, pictured, who resigned from GMP in 2013 claiming that the force had failed the victims of the Rochdale sex grooming scandal, was put in the firing line for eviction by the former Tory MP.
Maggie asks Caitlin and Ellie to accept what is coming and let her go, but Caitlin urges her mother to see if John is a suitable donor.
There's going to be - I can't say relationship or even a romance - but Alex is going to have a fun interaction in the upcoming episodes that's funny and sweet, but also speaks to the Maggie story, which we love," Kreisberg teased.