morgay


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morgay

(ˈmɔːɡeɪ)
n
(Animals) a European small-spotted dogfish, Scyllium canicula
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They were 3-0 down inside 20 minutes and, although Tom Morgay clawed one back from a swift counter-attack, shipped two more to go into the interval 5-1 adrift.
Asi, don Manuel Anselmo Nafria, lectoral de Calahorra, combatio los errores de Juan Antonio Llorente (47); don Fermin Caballero y Morgay lo hizo con las obras de Sebastian Minano (48); las Instituciones de Leon, mas conocidas por Teologia Lugdunense, tampoco escaparon a la condena (49); como los temas proclives al materialismo y mortalidad del alma (50).
Morgay is sad when it is time to come down from the mountain, but he believes some part of his spirit will remain on top of the mountain forever.
This will remain a legal term in Sweden when all now living are long forgotten, and has already become an Anglo-Saxon custom, known as morgen-gifu, as at Morgay Farm in Sussex.
Other results: Bournville 2nds 5 Khalsa 2nds 0, Khalsa 3rds 0 Old Wulfrunians 3rds 4, Rugby 2nds 4 (Unett 2, Morgay, Spacey) Nottingham University 2nds 3, Rugby 5ths 5 (Chaplin, Jenkinson, Long 2, Hughes) Coalville 4ths 0, Rugby 5ths 4 (Dale Cave, Dave Thompson 2, Richard Boult) Belper 5ths 1, Rugby 6ths 1 (Duffin) Northampton 5ths 0, Rugby 6ths 0 Leicester 4ths 3.