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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmangerman‧ger /ˈmeɪndʒə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  TBa long open container that horses, cattle etc eat from
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mangerJoseph and Mary with their newborn son lying in a manger.The Virgin's shawl is of a distinctly baroque blue and the manger itself is full of plump Midwestern wheat stalks.The situation Imagine that you are the manger with three supervisors reporting to you.They met the gang of shepherds going west and all went in together and knelt down at the manger.When I examined the manger where the feed had been put, I found oats and bran.People thronged to the midnight service, as if the manger were the last way station on earth.Arthur as a baby, asleep in the manger straw.Your manger had a hunch that you were the culprit, so she winged you.
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