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I can't attend more than one, unless I can cadge a lift on a plane, so I think it will probably have to be Ayr.
One morning, though, Corbett woke in Guston's Woodstock home with an anxiety attack and tried to cadge a painting from him, as "some reward .
Aren't I recompensing Britain for its overall abuse of the NHS, its imbeciles who use ambulances like ring-and-ride vehicles, who cadge NHS prescriptions for pills and potions on sale at their local chemist?
I've made the show much more rounded this year," the actor/writer says of the 2013 production, "with many more personal stories and insights, from Mick Jagger coming round to cadge food when he was a neighbour of Mal's in London in 63/64 to Elvis phoning when he was in bath one time
They discovered that physicians tend to view religion and spirituality pragmatically, considering them resources in family decision-making and in end of life situations, and barriers when they conflict with medical decisions, said lead author Wendy Cadge.
I'm embarrassed because I always seem to be on the cadge.
My two grandchildren are so beautiful I want to see them grow up and cadge money off me.
Workmen from the mills along Firth Street used to sit out on a lunchtime with sandwiches and tea, and Charlie and his mates, sufferers of war's austerity and perennially hungry, were wont to cadge scraps from them.
Far from being a cheeky bid to cadge food, it's all in the interests of research for her masters degree in visual communication at Swansea Institute.
Rumours that Robert Nichols will try to use his OAP bus pass in an effort to cadge a free ride are totally unfounded
Occasionally one of the jokers will travel up and down the bus trying to cadge a cigarette or a light.
What nuance of that factoid would we have missed out on had there only been half as many on hand to cadge campaign buttons and free booze?