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curr

(kɜː)
n
a purring or cooing sound
vb (intr)
to purr or coo
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curr

(kɜr)

v.i. curred, curr•ing.
to make a low, purring sound, as a cat.
[1670–80; akin to Middle Dutch curren, Middle High German kurren to growl]
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Then it oc- curred to him that the great adventure itself must be a dream!
As he who had so befriended him was thus passing out of his life, it suddenly oc- curred to the youth that he had not once seen his face.
He fancied she was trembling, and it oc- curred to him that she had her part perhaps in that little game that was to be sprung on his old man to-morrow.
Curr joins HarperCollins on 2 April 2018, two months after stepping down from her position at Atria Publishing Group.
Government spending (in % of GDP WDI Spend and in log) Curr. Currency crisis Eichengreen and Bordo Cr.
Steven Dewar, of Curr and Dewar Auctioneers in Dundee, said the books were found in an attic by their owner after he had spotted an identical one on the BBC's Antique Roadshow.
Curr was not untypical of the pastoralists who took up land in Port Phillip north of the Great Dividing Range in the early 1840s, except that he had been born in Van Diemen's Land and was acting on behalf of his father, an overbearing man prominent in the early politics of Melbourne (of whom we hear much in this volume).
When Curr revealed he was also planning to meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah, Israel had expressed its disagreement to the said meeting.
Furphy spent most of his childhood in the same region in which Curr settled, and the book is based on his doctoral thesis at the University of Melbourne.
SIMON LAUDER: Pamela Curr from the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre says four Hazara men who were on bridging visas and living in the community attended routine meetings with the Immigration Department in Melbourne yesterday hoping to have their visas extended.
James Curr 10 Town Furlong, Bodicote, Banbury, Oxon, Tel 01295 259823 e-mail janetcurr@tiscali.co.uk NEAR Treforest on the A470 is a large sign "Welcome To Rhondda Cynon Taff" and I've no doubt there are others dotted around the area.
Pamela Curr, the campaign co-ordinator of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre in Melbourne, said that Australia needs to put in place legislation to resolve the issue of asylum-seekers.