That's for me, as I am a Fox," said Master Reynard
, and he walked up to the foot of the tree.
One black chicken which the administrator could not catch, black as night and as silent, not even croaking, awaiting Reynard
, still went to roost in the next apartment.
Professor John Loughlin Dr Louise Reynard
and their colleagues at Newcastle University have been studying the genes that cause osteoarthritis.
EJECTED house party guest Paul Reynard
bit off part of a man's ear in a "horrendous and cowardly" attack.
THE Almondbury Community Exhibition commemorating WW1 was privileged to have two generations of descendants of Reynard
Donkersley, holder of the Military Cross, at its opening.
Turney BW, Appleby PN, Reynard
JM, Noble JG, Key TJ, Allen NE.
Contractor address : Old Electrical Works, Reynard
Mills Business Park, Windmill Road, London,
Also on hand to receive the donations were Pat O'Connor, chair of the Technology Department at LIT; Valerie Worry, program director for the process operating technology program; Betty Reynard
, vice president of academic affairs and workforce development for LIT; and Joanne Brown, director of development at LIT.
Cheers Susan Russell, Kate Bouchier-Hayes, Carol Wilkin and Jennifer Reynard
raise a mug of the well-received mulled wine
Critique: In "A Clean Pair of Hands", author Oscar Reynard
has written a deftly crafted, complex, and sophisticated novel where the unfolding story is told from diverse viewpoints.
School farm manager Lucy Reynard
said: "With so many grazing animals at our farm and the awfully long winter that stopped our grass from growing, we have had a bit of a shortage.
Righteous local nobleman the Comte de Reynard
(Alfred Molina) launches a campaign to have the shop closed, dividing loyalties in the community.