piler


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piler

(ˈpaɪlə)
n
someone who makes a pile or places things on a pile
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Tony Dobbin, who took a tumble from Estepona at Haydock earlier in the day, bounced back with a double for Nicky Richards on Vic The Piler and Prince Among Men.
Unbelievably, Nicky Richards has only had one runner at Warwick in the last five seasons, so the fact that he sends Vic The Piler down tothe Midlands for the Mitie Handicap Hurdle could be significant.
I would highlight one horse on Saturday at Kelso, and that is Vic The Piler.
00) is hard to ignore after a fine effort at Kelso behind her stablemate Vic The Piler.
00 ASCOT: Bob The Piler has been impressive in two Northern heats, but the form of those races is often shown up here and he's short enough to pass over.
Pour une archeologie du geste: broyer, moudre, piler des premiers chasseurs aux premiers agriculteurs.
Each product comes ready-to-use and offers unique benefits for the piler, enabling them to move and reconfigure the piles on their desk.
Tenders are invited for special repairs to piler - pincha road yerlampalli via vangimalluvaripalli road billullavaripalli from km 0/0 to 2/0 in chittoor district
KARACHI -- The Labour Party UK has assured its full support to the newly formed "Friends of PILER (FoP)," an international network to muster the international support for Pakistani workers.
Zulfiqar Shah, Joint Director of PILER said under the Constitution and the relevant laws, every citizen has equal fundamental rights.
Fe'i telir yn uniongyrchol i ffermwyr sy'n cynhyrchu bwyd a daw dan bennawd Piler Un a chyfran arall i ddatblygu cynlluniau ar gyfer cefn gwlad.
This was stated by EOBI Chairman Zafar Iqbal Gondal on Tuesday, while addressing a reception hosted by the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER) for EOBI trainees at the PILER Centre.