Goll


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n.1.A hand, paw, or claw.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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MERCHER: Ar Goll S4C, 9.30 CYFRES sy'n dilyn gwaith Heddlu Dyfed-Powys wrth ddelio gydag achosion o bobl yn mynd ar goll.
He expressed these views while presiding over an ulema meeting at Goll Masjid here.
Police said that the factory-cum-warehouse where the indicators for motorcycles used to manufacture was located at Goll Market at Nazimabad No 3.
Patsy is survived her husband, her three children, Sally (Mike) Merritt, Connie (Dan) Stassin and Ron (Zoe Ann) Thruman, 13 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and her siblings, Gene Goll and Bud Westphal.
Carol Goll has a passion for products--and she really loves cars.
The Goll's carefully present profound practical instruction on the great diversity of God encounters and the purpose of God encounters today.
Lindsey Bittorf happened upon a Facebook post by Kristi Goll in Janesville, Wisconsin, about her son, Jackson, in which Goll pleads for potential kidney donors.
Goll, MD, a rheumatologist at Diakonhjemmet Hospital in Oslo, said in an interview at the annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology where the study results were presented.
MAIL reader Jonathan Goll claims that the Labour Party has not been taken over by extremists.
At the ball, we see Kuhn waiting for Goll, the new ministry official who will consider Libussa's petition.
Blood and the violence of nature abound in these English translations of German poet Yvan Goll. In fragmented yet rich images typical of a modernist style, the poet evokes feelings of deep pain and anxiety but also possible alleviation through the nebulous figure of Neila, his transformative love.
I HAVE never read such a biased load of rubbish as the letter from Jonathan Goll (Mercury, March 22) without any concrete facts or gures to back up his various assumptions so let me list a few.