Choule

n.1.See Jowl.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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David Choules, Antonio Garcia andLee James Spencer, listed as former directors of Warwick Road, are all former directors of North Point Global and the New Chinatown Development Company.
David Choules, Antonio Garcia and Lee James Spencer, listed as former directors of Warwick Road, are all former directors of North Point Global and the New Chinatown Development Company.
"I've seen some through from when they were little ones, and seen them come back with their children and grandchildren." Anne Choules, 79, with Joyce at the school for 20 years said: "She just loves it."
Choules et al., "Protection afforded by heat shock protein 60 from Francisella tularensis is due to copurified lipopolysaccharide," Infection and Immunity, vol.
The ARG is the more capable force structure, as it will comprise both LHDs, which will embark an amphibious battle group and the requisite enablers, and be supported by the Bay-class landing ship HMAS Choules (L 100).
We express concern that the booing of Goodes was justified at length in the media and we agree with Choules (2007) that the objective ought to go beyond raising awareness to identify ways to engage with injustice and change.
In this week's edition of the Trib+Water newsletter: The Ogallala aquifer is being drained away, a coral reef off the Texas coast is the scene of a mass marine life die-off and an interview with Paul Choules of the Texas Desalination Association.
Albertina Choules was attacked at the property in Ragmans Lane, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, a week ago.
| The last British-born combat veteran was Claude Choules, who died in Perth, Western Australia, on May 5, 2011.
The Vietnamese were offloaded from the HMAS Choules at the port city of Vung Tau last Friday week, the media reports said.
4 Stream - an exhibition by Luce Choules, Jackfield Tile Museum, Ironbridge.
Although no allied WWI soldiers survive, with the last combat veteran Claude Choules dying in 2011 aged 110, Gillard said the services were more popular than ever, driven by young children keen to learn about the sacrifices made.