Libbard

Lib´bard

    (lĭb´bẽrd)
n.1.A leopard.
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Mullins would no doubt lead a strong chorus of those who would not begrudge Marmot or Libbard a victory for his fellow trainer, whose sporting gesture surely merits reward.
Centrick Property, which has offices in Birmingham and Solihull, will manage a portfolio of 98 properties across the five developments, including Libbard Mews, Solihull; Hewell Drive, Barnt Green; Burnham Meadow, Hall Green; Hamlyn Court, Warstock, and Potters Hill Drive, Shirley, which comprises 32 warden assisted retirement bungalows.
Conclusion This is no penalty kick with Libbard and Prescience in opposition and I'm a layer.