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n.1.A claw.
1.(Zool.) The redshank.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Farmer & Clee pulled back to within two, trailing 13-11 after 18 ends, but their scoring stalled as Edwards & Duckett took the next five ends and ran out 21-11 victors."
Mr Clee asked Dr Leadbeatter to look at a photograph of a knife.
Mr Clee said Mr Winter was "tortured" over debts he owed to his suppliers, which were said to be around PS500.
As part of their investigation, officers discovered a large amount of individually wrapped heroin and crack cocaine bags on Clee.
Callum Clee Ray, of Jubilee Drive, was allowing the drugs to be sold from her premises and also selling drugs, while further enquiries linked Sheikh to the running of a drug line in the area.
In a single choreographed flurry, as he talked, as we both stood there--he hadn't let go of my hand--among the thrumming car of strangers, barreling through a world of forgetfulness, breaking bread in the dark swampland--he thrust upon me a key fob, his card, and a ballpoint pen, each imprinted with Big Clee Oustalet Lincoln, as if Lincoln was his last name and not Oustalet.
Clee, who has also played for Ossett Albion, Ashton United and Hyde United, made his debut in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Salford City.
Mr Clee told how Iris gained a degree in English at the age of 60 and volunteered for charities.
Guiseley finally threatened when Will Hatfield skipped past Hannant to set up the experienced Clee who drove over from 16 yards.
Reeves netted his second on 62 minutes and Clee added a fourth five minutes later to wrap up a convincing win for the home side, who were given a huge helping hand from rotten Chester.
Altrincham took immediate advantage when Nicky Clee clipped a shot into the top corner of the net.