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Derogatory phrase used by front-line infantry units to describe rear-support or staff units.

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Richard W. Pogue
Richard W. Pogue. March 1, 2010.
Pogue's Run Trail
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David Pogue
David Pogue. New York Times columnist.
Grammy Award Winning Mixer/Producer Neal H. Pogue Utilizes
Neil Pogue
challenging aural locations beyond rigid beat boundaries. Mix engineer for The Love Below, Neal Pogue has worked with OutKast since their 1996 CD Atliens.

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Pogue follows his dream
By Jay G. Tate AUBURN — Al Pogue quickly was one of the state's most promising young head coaches after three seasons at Carver High School.
Steve Jobs Reshaped Industries
The Times's technology columnist, David Pogue, keeps you on top of the industry in his free, weekly e-mail newsletter. He's done pretty well for Apple stockholders, too. Ten years ago Apple's stock was at $9 a share; today, it's $376.
Can new BlackBerry compete?
By David Pogue THE NEW YORK TIMES Research in Motion just unveiled a new smartphone, the BlackBerry Bold 9900. The question is: Does anybody care? The competitive landscape looks absolutely brutal.
Birdhouse Project author to speak
6 at Hospice of Salina's Kaye Pogue Hospice Center, 730 Holly. Seating is limited, and reservations are requested by calling 825-1717. The Birdhouse Project is a project-based healing tool.
MTCS eats 753 wings for football fundraiser
By Greg Pogue They are 30 members and head coach Brian Stewart of the Middle Tennessee Christian School football team. What they ate during fundraiser a week ago Saturday were 753 chicken wings at Kirkenburt's Smokehouse Grill on Cason Lane.

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David Pogue, New York Times technology columnist, CBS news
Technology - Pogue's Posts Blog -
David Pogue's technology column has appeared each Thursday in The Times since 2000. Each week, he also writes the Times e-mail column.
David Pogue (@Pogue) on Twitter
Sign up for Twitter to follow David Pogue (@Pogue). Tech columnist, NY Times; CNBC tech dude; Missing Manuals creator, dad of 3!
Pogue - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pogue is a pejorative military slang term used to describe non-infantry, staff, and other rear-echelon or support units.
Urban Dictionary: pogue
Derogatory phrase used by front-line infantry units to describe rear-support or staff units.

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