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Vig

Interest paid on a loan to a loan shark. Vig is usually very high, or at least higher than the legal limit for interest. It is also called shy.
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One Gun Shy are seasoned, professional musicians with over 100 years of combined musical experience.
The good news is that shy people are often those with the most empathy.
This encounter becomes significant when, in the second week, Shy is followed by a mysterious man who wants information.
The research team, from CU-Boulder's Institute for Behavioral Genetics (IBG) and the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, found consistent evidence to support only the hypothesis that shy toddlers were delayed in speaking but not in understanding.
In other wards the researcher found elk had two distinct personalities bold runner and shy movers.
"She was always quite shy when I tried to talk to her.
SHY: Well, the album was sparked by the track we did with Sandi Thom, The Love Is Gone, and the video has been doing the rounds on TV and Vevo.
His sister Cristina Balotelli told Radio 5 Live: "He is very shy, even if he likes to be getting attention, this is also a characteristic of people who are shy.
INTERVIEW SHY and the Fight's live reputation belies the fact they are essentially a folk band.
Yet, no significant differences were seen between adolescents characterized as shy and those who met the diagnostic criteria for social phobia in the use of prescribed medications.
She seemed to be saying with her eyes in a shy pained way: "I know you.
The buzz is Irrfan felt so shy dancing in front of the pretty lady that he didn't want her to be around on the sets.