scourse

Related to scourse: discourse, scourge

scourse

(skɔːs)
n
another name for scorse
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She and Katie Riley, 16, Annika Scourse, 15, Georgie Nott, 15, Scarlett Westbrook, 14 and Aaron Smith, 17, form the movement Birmingham Youth Strike 4 Climate, rallying for systematic change.
| Dr Alexis Janosik is Assistant Professor of Biology at the University of West Florida, Dr David Barnes is a Data Interpretation Ecologist for British Antarctic Survey, Professor James Scourse is Professor of Physical Geography at University of Exeter and Dr Katrien Van Landeghem is Senior Lecturer in Marine Geology at Bangor University.
To include performances by the Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias (Music Centre) Chamber Choir, cellists Nicki Pearce and James Scourse and the Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias Senior Cello Ensemble.
SCOURSE Philip Beloved brother of Gaynor and uncle to Darren, Leanne and Luke also a great uncle to Evan, Ffion Seren.
Elements of thought and d scourse are remembered more easily if they occur in clusters, and particula ly in parallel clusters, such as noun-epithet aggregations: a brave soldier, a beautiful princess, a sturdy oak.
policies and an instrumental post-colonial di scourse of national
But former miner Alan, 58, was determined to get t enough to walk daughter Charlene, 32, down the aisle when she married long-term partner Allan Scourse, 34, at St Augustine's Church, Pontllanfraith, "yesterday.
While it is important to bring the best players from Europe to the academy, manager Brendan Rodgers wants to have a Scourse heart at the club and has tasked Inglethorpe with bringing this to fruition.
Despite being just 14-years-old Pippa Scourse will perform at Summer Night Jazz, a two day festival of music at Plas Newydd on July 7-8.
Mark Scourse (34) is strategy and forecasting manager at Birmingham International Airport, is responsible for marketing, strategy and passenger forecasting, although his role also incorporated snowploughing earlier this year!
Jon Scourse, director of the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB), said: "People need to be vigilant about who they give or promise their money to.
Richard King observed how "most people who write about them are still working with the terms of political, literary and cultural di scourse that the New Yorkers themselves have laid down." (5) Indeed, as Norman F.