n.1.(Zool.) The European green woodpecker; - also called ecall, eaquall, yaffle.
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Yet Eccle stone, the most powerful man in world motorsport, said, "This is an FIA thing, this is nothing to do with anyone else.
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UKBA officer Christopher Eccle shall, said: "The intelligence we were acting on in these two operations has proved to be invaluable and has enabled us to get our message across to local businesses - that we will not tolerate illegal working and will act on information we receive.