nowl


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nowl

(nəʊl)
n
(Anatomy) another name for noll
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Designed to aid foster carers from pre-approval through their first two years of fostering, the standards make sure carers have the k nowl -e dge and skills to make a positive difference to the lives of children and young people in the council's care.
The tawny owl, chaffinch, cuckoo, great tit, greater spotted wood pecker, song thrush, bar nowl, wren, blackbird, blue tit, nightingale and robin will serenade you throughout the day.
NOWL, which proposes to develop a 30-turbine windfarm off the coast near the mouth of the Tees, has been granted permission by the Crown Estate to investigate the site and to carry out the necessary studies in order to apply for consent to construct.