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jugger

n. an alcoholic; a drunkard. A couple of old juggers sat in the alley, trying to figure out how to get some more.
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Although she finished a wellbeaten fifth I was left rueing not laying Irish Jugger (finished fourth) for a place as well and opposing the pair in the Placepot, which paid PS723.
Late last August his Ormskirk team was 44 points adrift of the Wadham Road jugger naut, yet the championship pennant now flutters atop the Brook Lane pavilion.
The close-up for Irish Jugger at Wolverhampton on 18 January last year failed to explain that the horse drawn immediately on his inside seemed intent on preventing him from joining the main field early on from a wide draw and severely compromised his chances.
In finishing fourth I thought Irish Jugger had run much better than could be gleaned from a close-up or watching the final stages and he went on to confirm that by winning three of his next five starts at 12-1, 9-2 and 11-8.
RECORD results last week from the UK's biggest supermarket showed the Tesco jugger naut has kept on rolling, despite the r ecession.
The close-up for Irish Jugger at Wolverhampton on January 18 last year failed to explain that the horse drawn immediately on his inside seemed intent on preventing him from joining the main field early on from a wide draw and severely compromised his chances.
There was Carrick himself, Paul Scholes -who turned the United jugger naut to full speed - and Carlos Tevez, whose half-time introduction was the catalyst for what followed.
Eaves nearly bagged a quick double aboard First Rock in the 1m6f handicap, but the pair were outbattled and beaten half a length by Irish Jugger and James Millman.
Irish Jugger (left) justifies some strong support at Southwell yesterday.
Rod Millman scored with his only runner of the day, the 11-8 favourite Irish Jugger, in the 1m4f handicap.
One rival who gives the impression he is capable of better is Irish Jugger.
He has tweeted more than 3,500 times, tersely but often, about sleepless nights (caused by wind - as in the weather), tedious drives, overturned vans on the M5 and interestingly the prospects on Friday of Irish Jugger, whom he is trucking 154 miles to Wolverhampton for his sole ride of the night in the classified stakes at 7.