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mullock

(ˈmʌlək)
n
1. (Mining & Quarrying) Austral waste material from a mine
2. dialect a mess or muddle
3. poke mullock at informal Austral to ridicule
[C14: related to Old English myl dust, Old Norse mylja to crush; see muller]
ˈmullocky adj
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From virtually the first whistle, Druids found themselves on the back foot and only wayward finishing kept them on level terms, and when David Ramadingaye put his 14th minute effort on target, Chris Mullock did well to keep it out.
Druids keeper Chris Mullock ended up the hero and villain of Saturday's final - hero because without his string of saves the Ancients would have been beaten out of sight, but villain due to the fact Saints' two goals resulted from his mistakes.
Opposite number Chris Mullock, however, was having one of the busiest days of his career, producing some brilliant saves to prevent his side being on the other end of a hiding.
John Mullock, of Mullock Madeley, a Shropshire sporting memorabilia firm, said: "These are some of the finest illuminated testimonials we have seen.
Mullock (2002) surveyed teachers' views of what they believed to be important traits in a language teacher.
And the item will be up for grabs at Mullock Madeley's sporting memorabilia auction this Wednesday at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall.
The jersey, which belonged to the captain of the 1966 World Cup team, is up for grabs at a sports memorabilia sale held by auctioneers Mullock Madeley next month.
BRITISH Universities goalkeeper Tim Mullock netted the job of presenting the medals to the winning sides in the Playscheme Tournament at the Pingles Stadium earlier this week.