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  • s  being very thin
  • s  having a sharply uneven surface or outline
    scraggy cliffs

  • Armed only with a camera, he spent two days among Breathitt's "483 square miles of scraggy mountains and lean, infertile hollows.
  • Their clue: a Polaroid color snapshot of a scraggy Sindona as an apparent captive.
  • Joseph Ferdinand ("Professor Sea Gull," "The Mongoose") Gould, 68, self-styled "Last of the Bohemians," colorful, scraggy-bearded habitue of Greenwich Village bars and Bowery .
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  • Three demolition-delay hearings set for June 25 in Bourne
    The historical commission meets June 25 at 10 a.m. in the Keene Street archives to conduct demolition-delay review into plans for properties at 9 Taylor Road and 185 Scraggy Neck Road as well as 140 Eel Pond Road where a home is destined for demolition.  
    June 8, 2013 - The Bourne Courier

  • Joely Richardson in Times Online
    I'll be playing Grizabella......As for what attracts me to her, besides the big song? Grizabella is the cat that shone in the spotlight once upon a time, and doesn't anymore. She's scraggy, dirty, ugly, and relives the Glory Days in her mind. It'll... Lea Salonga Broadway World Jul 1, 2010 86802 116107 scraggy Siblings are your markers because you've shared the same story and a lot of the same dreams," said Richardson. "There's a picture which was taken by People magazine when I was 19 and Tash was 20. I was a very scraggy drama school student and...
  • Padraig Harrington in San Diego Union Tribune
    Pinehurst resodded many of the collection areas in the spring, but cool weather hindered the grass' growth, and Harrington said, "It's a bit scraggy."

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