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At´tle


n.1.(Mining) Rubbish or refuse consisting of broken rock containing little or no ore.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Trans people get a lot of stick and social media has a lot to do with it," says Kay Attle, the charity's LGBT Tees Valley Forum co-ordinator.
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But two years later, nd risk of kidnap intensified, he had to ued entiu attle. r as the war leave.
Many Huddersfield soldiers lost their lives on hat day and over the next five months as the attle raged before finally ending in November 16.
SOUTH AFRICA ..............32 IRELAND..........................26 SOUTH AFRICA may have seized the a momentum in the three-Test bT attle with Ireland - but centre Stuart Olding belives the tourists can bounce back from their Ellis Park loss to take the series in Port Elizabeth this week-k end.The Ulster youngster said his side must focus on the good elements of their performance in the 32-26 loss as they prepare to take on the Springboks in the final game of their season at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
[1] Simon Attle, Bob Baker, "Cooperative Learning in a Competitive Environment: Classroom Applications", International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Vol 19, No 1, 2007, pp.
attle before playing a goal-less draw in 70-minute.
B ATTLE for Bihar enters the second phase on Friday.
BATTLE OF ATTLE OF A THEBRIEFS Stark's Park chiefs want cash up front from Gers fans
Jordan Gutteridge, from Harrison & Harrison with Dr Christopher Batchelor, Andrew Fiddes and pupils of the Durham Cathedral Chorister School John Attle
A FIRM of chartered accountants, business advisers and wealth managers has relocated its head oce to Attle A - borough Fields Industrial Estate in Nuneaton.