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ginger minger

derogatory slang A person with red hair who is considered unattractive. Primarily heard in UK, Ireland.
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Minger suggested Lanza's team looked too early in embryonic development to see the activation.
The change has hurt Moore financially because the time spent driving skydivers back to the airport slows the turnaround time between jumps, Minger said last week.
This way people can make an informed choice about who they cop off with rather than lunging at the nearest minger to stagger past.
Stephen Minger, one of the leaders of the team whose work was published in Reproductive Medicine Online, said the research team plans to focus its efforts on generating new cells for transplantation in diabetes and Parkinson's disease patients, and also patients with heart disorders.
On the silver screen, a ginger minger in films like Jade and Toga Party.
Gouldin succeeds Deborah Minger, who left the company.
It's a way of bringing the Rose Parade directly to them,'' said Lake Avenue parishioner Lita Minger, as she worked with scissors.
The program will be rounded off by distinguished keynote speakers: Andreas Pluckthun, University of Zurich, will report on "Rational protein design - In vitro evolution of antibody therapeutics", Stephen Minger, King's College London, will discuss the "Therapeutic and research potential of human stem cells", and Christopher Baum, Hannover Medical School, will speak about "Gene therapy - from basic science to clinical application".
Elaine says "his name was Tom Minger and he was a crooner.
BioWales features a brokerage event, exhibition and a conference covering hot topics such as stem cell industrialisation for drug development and therapy, with a line-up of speakers including Nobel Prize for Medicine winner Professor Sir Martin Evans, Dr Stephen Minger and Anthony Davies.
Imagine what a minger his real name must've been to take a decision like that.
A New Year snog with the office minger may be bad, yet a discerning lady drenched in her signature scent will be glad to know that he should avoid her in the future.
Professor Stephen Minger, from King's College London, who leads one of the groups, wants to use stem cells extracted from the embryos to investigate human neurological diseases.
Moore's attorney Douglas Minger contacted The Register-Guard this week, saying Moore had located survey maps and a sales deed showing that Creswell actually owned the property it had been paying the state $150 a year to use.
25 /PRNewswire/ -- Gail Minger wishes she had asked more questions about fire safety at her son's school before she sent him off to college.