escot


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escot

(ɛˈskɒt)
vb (tr)
to maintain or pay for
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l The fabulous, spend-a-day-able Escot House, near Honiton, celebrates its own chocolate week, and will be attempting to build the world's largest profiterole pyramid.
The ESCOT Bar & Grill will open its doors on July 21, followed by the travel and sales floors in August and the Oz Cyber City and Cyber Net Cafe in September.
Ends tomorrow in Escot, Devon, For more information see www.
Moreover, he could have addressed the role of the titans of Canadian foreign policy like Oscar Skelton, Lester Pearson, Escot Reid, and Hume Wrong, all of whom make cameo appearances in the book.
Nigel Boothroyd, of Clarke Lane, is the new British Hot Ford Champion after winning the title at Buxton Raceway in his Mark III Ford Escot.
1997; Bestgen and Bundy, 1998; Escot and Granado-Lorencio, 1998; Morioka and Machinandiarena, 2001).
This was Escot, approximately ten miles east of Exeter, which had been built for Sir Walter Yonge by the polymath architect Robert Hooke (1635-1703), Sir Christopher Wren's (1632-1723) colleague in the rebuilding of London after the Great Fire of 1666 (Fig.
As in the ESCOT program, TRAILS will address real classroom needs by involving experienced teachers, complementing the role of textbooks, and aligning its content to accepted academic standards.
Set in the beautiful grounds of Escot Park in Ottery St Mary, Beautiful Days lived up to its name.