Related to Meach: Meech
v. i.1.To skulk; to cower. See Mich.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Meach Sovannara, a member of the former Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) who is a US citizen, said a 50 per cent plus one vote is needed by the Senate to approve Murphy's nomination.
And Felling Magpies had James Fenwick, Anthony Falcon, Liam Craig and Louis Meach on the scoresheet in their 4-1 success over Cullercoats.
Louis Meach and James Fenwick notched for the hosts but their hopes of pulling off a huge surprise were dashed by Gary Day, Rob Nolan, Paul Dunn and David Atkinson.
Albert leased a third vineyard, known as the Meach Cove Vineyard, in 1999; it is the only site that is planted with Riesling.
(32) But even before John Hinkley's Jodie Foster-fueled assassination attempt, Alaska had already been especially zealous as a result of the infamous Robert Meach murders.
Locals Donald Wallace and Meach Al Tashy will appear in separate undercard bouts, while Justin Knight meets Allen Burris for the Maryland State junior middleweight crown.
By Robert Carmichael For Meach Mean, a veteran campaigner against hydropower dams in Cambodia's northeast, this year has brought a double dose of bad news.
City attorney Milo Meach am said the city intends to file a response, and that the ballot title was worded the way it is "because that's the question the City Council wanted to put before the voters."
They realise the responsibility lies with the meach time they play."
Judge Sao Meach of the Phnom Penh Municipal Court also ordered Ranariddh to pay $150,000 in compensation to his former FUNCINPEC party.
Of particular note, my appreciation goes to Francis James for the opportunity to spend the summer in Cambodia, to Max Howlett and Heidi Lichteveld for their friendship and introduction to the Cambodian NGO community, and to the members of the Land Unit, Yim Simene, Seang Boravy, Meach Sam On, Eang Sopheak, Am Sokha, and George Cooper, who were supportive in more ways than I can recount.