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Synonyms for hag

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an ugly, frightening old woman

a woman who practices magic

Synonyms for hag

an ugly evil-looking old woman

eellike cyclostome having a tongue with horny teeth in a round mouth surrounded by eight tentacles

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SouthernLINC Wireless is proud to be a sponsor of the Navistar LPGA Classic for the third consecutive year and to support Nicole Hage, one of the LPGA's most promising young players," said Julie Pigott, vice president of marketing and customer support for SouthernLINC Wireless.
Hage would make sure of it - take care of his troops, just like Hogan always did.
Hage has an MBA from the Darden School of Business and a BA from the University of Virginia.
Get dirtyChmaitelly and Hage both recommended replanting your new purchases immediately.
Hage will be competing against a full field of golfers, including defending champion Angela Stanford, for her share of the $1.
Company executives are not out to hurt the environment, Hage said.
BEIRUT: Newspaperman, dramatist, translator, poet and icon of Beirut's avant-garde, Ounsi El Hage died Tuesday at the age of 76.
Jimmy says the event is aimed at the whole community and other schools, not only Hage Geingog Secondary.
Le maitre de conferences a l'universite de Paris Ouest, Julien Edmond Hage, a anime, vendredi dernier, dans le cadre du 20e Sila, une rencontre autour de la numerisation des archives.
At one point, as Hage lingered over a note, Battou froze in a handstand.
LinksAir commercial manager Roger Hage told the Daily Post: "We never expected large numbers from Anglesey to go all the way to Norwich and the number of passengers booked just from Cardiff to Norwich are positive.
Hage Geingob, the new President of the Republic of Namibia, which will be held next Saturday.
With global oil production already high and supply prospects strong, growth in the UAE and Qatar hydrocarbon economies will soften in the coming years," said Bassam Hage, Mena Markets leader, EY, a global provider of assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, commenting on the company's latest Rapid-Growth Markets Forecast (RGMF).