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hock a luggie

(ˈhɑk ɑ ˈlugi)
tv. to cough up and spit out phlegm. Tom suppressed the urge to hock a luggie over the bridge railing.
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However, an increasing number of Luggie users no longer feel out of the their comfort zone when travelling and are making the most of their newfound freedom - and the Luggie's many travel-friendly features - to explore new horizons.
Available in yellow, red, blue, white, and champagne, the Luggie lists for $1,999.
The Luggie is billed as the century's biggest innovation in mobility scooters.
There's every probability that run will continue but no-one can blame Luggie if he does turn his back on Scottish football after his contract is up.
Using a top-of-the range Freerider FR1 kindly donated by Yorkshire based company Freerider Luggie, the four "mobilateers" are aiming to raise up to PS10,000 of much-needed funds for charities Marie Curie and Parkinson's UK in Northern Ireland.
Oxgang is a single span bridge carrying the B8048 Waterside Road over the Luggie Water in the Waterside area of Kirkintilloch.
Kathleen has now begun rehearsing for an altogether different role in musical play, Highon Comyn's Field - about a girl, Luggie Jean, who was murdered in 1880.
Luggie offloaded Robbie Winters and banked pounds 700,000 to grab Dodds from the Dons in September, 1998.
The new Alisa and Strathaven showhouses at Tay's Castleknowe Gardens site, off Luggie Road in Carluke, marks the release of the second phase of new three and four- bedroom homes at the site from pounds 71,500.
A 78-year-old man tells me how he was tricked into paying PS2,695 for a mobility scooter after a visit from a rep for Robinson's firm, Luggie UK Ltd of Keighley, West Yorks, which traded as Easycare Mobility.
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