Musgrave


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Musgrave

(ˈmʌzɡreɪv)
n
(Biography) Thea. born 1928, Scottish composer, noted esp for her operas
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I have noted of some half-dozen cases of the kind the Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual and that which I am about to recount are the two which present the strongest features of interest.]
Moving is nothing new for Musgrave, 49, but this one feels more like coming home.
LEXI MUSGRAVE marked her return to Amlwch Town with a hat-trick in Sunday's opening day 6-3 victory over North Wales Women's League newcomers Bangor.
Antivia, a Leeds-based business intelligence software company, and Musgrave Analytics, a Sheffield-based boutique analytics firm, have been working with Together Housing Group, a leading northern-based social housing group, to develop and deliver a performance management framework.
16 September 2015 - UK-based food wholesaler Booker Group plc and Musgrave Group plc have closed a for Booker to acquire the entire issued share capital of Musgrave Retail Partners GB Ltd.
TEESSIDE entrepreneur Chris Musgrave is spearheading a PS1bn scheme to re-develop a former airport site in Kent.
Within six years of its 1959 premiere at London's Royal Court theatre John Arden's stage play Serjeant Musgrave's Dance was adapted twice for British television.
PCs Fiona Wilson and Alan Musgrave belted out Rod's old hit in George Square - and managed to keep it secret until the performance.
KATIE SUMMERHAYES was 'gutted' after missing out on a ski slopestyle medal and cross country skier Andrew Musgrave claimed he had skied 'liked a tranquilised badger' despite making British history.
ANDREW Musgrave heads into his second Winter Olympics in Sochi having already done more than most to shatter the myth Britons do not belong on cross-country skis.
The visitors opened the scoring in the seventh minute through Victor Kiri's near-post header, and doubled the lead through Chris Musgrave volley on 18 minutes.