Rolley

Roll´ey

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n.1.A small wagon used for the underground work of a mine.
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Seasonal differences in habitat use have been reported in Oklahoma (Rolley and Warde, 1985), Idaho (Koehler and Hornocker, 1989) and South Carolina (Fendley and Buie, 1982; Heller and Fendley, 1982).
Tenders are invited for rolley road crossing demolition and rebuild, drainage improvements, and tie replacement.
Work on the range is in the hands of Professionals Paul Ashwell, Alisdair Barr, Stephen Rolley, Alan Thompson and Matfen Hall's John Harrison.
The overall detection rate during this study was also lower than the 43-68% of LeResche and Rausch (1974), the 57% of Thompson (1979), the 64% of Rolley and Keith (1980), the 73% of Crete et al.
However, Rolley and Lehman (1992) have shown that population densities of road-killed raccoons (Procyon lotor) were not reliable predictors of harvest densities.
James Munroe and Laura Rolley have twin boys, Daniel and Rhys, who will be celebrating their first birthday in June.
Snow conditions, especially depth, are thought to be crucial in the productivity of moose populations, in particular the survivorship of young (Coady 1974, Rolley and Keith 1980, Peterson et al.
During the late 1970s and early 1980s, sales of bobcat (Lynx rufus) pelts and bobcat pelt prices skyrocketed, concomitant with international restrictions on the trade of wildlife (Rolley, 1987).
Above left, she is pictured with co-star Stephen Rolley, 17, who plays Troy PICTURES: Richard Swingler [umlaut]
Two new directors have also been appointed to the TasPorts Board to replace retiring directors Evan Rolley and Owen Williams, who we thank for their service.