ettle

ettle

(ˈɛtəl)
n
an intention or purpose
vb (tr)
to intend or aspire
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Illinois Valley 34, North Douglas 14: Mack Ettle scored a game-high 14 points for the Cougars at the Elkton Tipoff Tournament.
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And Mark Ettle, who created the game with colleagues Dan Layden and William Hazel, reckons they have a hit on their hands.
The other climbers are Graham Ettle, of Aviemore, Edinburgh's Duncan McCallum and Spanish model Araceli Segarra - who featured in the Everest IMAX movie.
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DUMFRIES angler Murray Ettle caught this lovely silver sea bass from his own boat while fishing in the Solway Firth.