lurry


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lurry

(ˈlʌrɪ)
n, pl -ries
a confused jumble

Lurry

 a confused group or sound of voices. See also hubbub.
Examples: lurry of friars, 1607; of lawyers, 1607; of superstitious opinions, 1664; of people, c. 1800.
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As far as the Grade 1 at Naas on Sunday is concerned, we did see a f lurry of bets for Next Destination and that told us he was very much an intended runner in the race, so we altered our prices accordingly.
Williams 4 2-2 10; Boria 0 0-0 0; Benton 1 1-1 3; Gregory 1 1-2 4; Woods 3 0-0 6; Lurry 1 1-2 3; Nowden 0 0-0 0; Corcoan 0 0-0 0.
Dubai's initiative has triggered a f lurry of activities across major global financial centres, all working towards a strategy of acquiring a share of the Islamic finance pie.
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Bookmakers took a last-minute f lurry of bets on Ed Miliband to beat his older brother David, who had been the frontrunner since the contest began four months ago.
It went from 3-3 to 6-6 in a f lurry of unreturned serves before Murray ended up on the wrong end of the tie-break shootout.
Alma Lurry, a resident of Ladera Heights and a retired LAUSD teacher, said Los Angeles needed to hear and act on what Villaraigosa had to say.
Therefore, instead of a f lurry of construction, it would be best to begin with re-introducing training and education on a small scale, with gradual growth.
In the premier episode a cop, played by "Boyz N the Hood" star Lurry Fishburne, is driven to distraction by the random street murder of his "buppie" brother (played by Joe Morton).