yarr


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yarr

(jɑː)
n
(Plants) Scot a wild white flower, Spergula arvensis. Also called: corn spurrey
vb (intr)
dialect to growl or snarl
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Old Yarr is close to the popular village of Feckenham which has a thriving community, pubs, a post office, two churches, a shop, a school and a village hall.
The World Technology Awards recognized Ener-G-Rotors' patented Trochoidal Gear Engine[TM](TGE[TM]) device, and it's inventor, George Yarr.
Carpenter added a third from the penalty spot on the half-hour mark with Richard Yarr making it four 10 minutes before the interval.
Old Yarr, at Feckenham, was a working needle mill until just after the Second World War, its buildings dating to the 18th century.
Margaret Yarr, of Milngavie, took her sons Paul,12, and Neil, 10, along and they all loved it.
17th letter from Richard Yarr of Coburg did have some correct information in it.
Dinas manager Mark Dunford sent on substitutes Richard Yarr and Mathew Trottman before, deep in injury time, goalkeeper Lack's goal-kick was headed on by Harvie for Tedstone to score his second.
But another woman, Linda Yarr, 35, drowned and rescuers believe Charlotte was trapped in the hull.
The dead woman has been named as Linda Yarr, aged 35, of Airdrie.
The body of Scot Linda Yarr is still missing after her crewmates survived for 32 hours after their yacht capsized off the coast of Australia.
Richard Yarr, Adam Raymond, and Will Penikett took control in midfield.