semple


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semple

(ˈsɛmpəl)
adj
Scot simple; straightforward; humble; honest; lowly; common
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In the women's final, defending champions Team Semple found themselves up against Aileen McCorkell's rink who snuck through the preliminary rounds after a couple of great comebacks.
With months having passed since the building went up for sale, Mundelein Trustee Ray Semple said officials can't be accused of rushing to judgment.
TEAROHA Keenan expects Chiara Semple to finish her season in style after the in-form shooter secured her seat on the plane to this summer's Netball World Youth Cup.
But Keenan is tipping dual national Semple (pictured below) to focus fully on the final three games of her Netball Superleague season - starting with tonight's clash at Severn Stars.
But even as Semple distills the modern state of adult life with breathtaking precision, she also poses bigger questions: Can we blame our shallow yet unrealistically demanding culture for having turned us into twitchy, thin-skinned curmudgeons?
The grinning murderer was high on crystal meth when he strangled PC Gordon Semple with a dog lead weeks later.
Emily Semple declared herself the winner Wednesday of the tightly fought race for Eugene City Council Ward 1 after early-morning returns showed her pulling ahead of challenger Joshua Skov by 113 votes.
A SADOMASOCHIST may have cooked and eaten parts of police officer Gordon Semple after strangling him at his flat, a court has heard.
The body of constable Gordon Semple, 59, was found in a flat a week after he went missing.
THE decomposed remains of missing police officer Gordon Semple were discovered after a neighbour alerted Scotland Yard to a "smell of death" coming from a housing estate flat.
Douglas Robert Semple, 64, who was kidnapped by Al Qaida in February 2014 while working in the Hadramaut area of Yemen, was bursting with gratitude on Tuesday.