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birse

(bɜːs)
n
1. a bristle
2. a bruise
vb (tr)
to bruise
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There were second places in the relays for the women in the 4x100 metres for Winspear-Hewson, Birse, Hulyer and Lauren Howells.
Invitation to tender : Preparation of the Birse Water Master Plan.
Teacher Lori Birse, 21, said: "We have just told the kids he has gone on holiday.
Greg Nicol's header reduced the leeway in 30 minutes but Birse made it 3-1 four minutes later.
Six-year-old Angus, a Bernese mountain dog, is suffering from liver cancer and has been given about a month to live, so owners Dawn and Allan Birse decided to make sure his final weeks were happy by drawing up a list of 15 things for him to do.
Six-year-old Angus, a Bernese mountain dog, is suffering from liver cancer and has been given about a month to live so owners Dawn and Allan Birse decided to make sure his final weeks were happy by drawing up a list of 15 things for him to do.
Civil engineering company Birse Civils, which is part of the Balfour Beatty group, has been appointed by the Environment Agency as its delivery partner for Morpeth's PS21m flood alleviation scheme.
He also praised construction firm Birse Civils Ltd for meeting the engineering challenge of installing a canal aqueduct and railway bridge with minimal disruption.
Lynda, of Heaton, Lancs, is bringing claims against construction firm Peter Birse and Roland Bardsley Homes.
The Mayor of Wrexham, Ian Roberts, was accompanied by the Welsh Government Minister for Transport, Carl Sargeant, the council's Lead Member for Environment and Transport, David Bithell and contractors undertaking the work Birse.
The Selly Oak New Road is part of the highway works undertaken to enable access to the pounds 500 million Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham City Council awarded Birse Civils and its partners the contract for phase two in 2009.
Arup are the designers and Birse will be the main contractor on site.