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"They're Annie the Cadger's," said John, dropping to the ground.

A beggar is not etymologically one who begs, or a cadger one who cadges.

"Man, ye're a cadger of the most appallin' descreeption," said Tam severely.

Ye will die the death of a cadger's powney, in a wreath of drift!

Arra, dear shoy, I sowed them in my belly, and sold the hens to a cadger.

And would you mind telling us what Cadger had to tell, Chief?

The military committee in congress couldn't go back on Mr. Cadger, and he daren't go back on my father.

There were twelve or twenty little groups of men in the square, which was lit by a flare of oil suspended over a cadger's cart.

The clamp-clamp of a cadger's tired-out horse and the rattle of an empty cart sound loud and long in the deserted street.

Well, nothing would suit, but the dustman must have a go, and pitch into the cadger.

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