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n.1.A slip from a plant; a scion; a cutting.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Dave Stallon, FSB's commercial and operations director, said: "We're so pleased to be able to offer this exciting platform to our member base.
FSB commercial director Dave Stallon said: "The Government has pledged to remove PS10bn worth of red tape over the course of this Parliament.
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The men's 45+ doubles was won for the fourth year running by John Blenkinsop and John Watkins, of Knowle & Dorridge, over Webb and Clive Stallon.
The Men's Veteran Doubles was won for the 3rd year running by John Blenkinsop and John Watson (Knowle & Dorridge) from Tim Webb and Clive Stallon (Beechwood).
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Likewise, victories for Salford Mill or Petara Bay would be a massive boost for another Coolmore stallon, Peintre Celebre, and a win for Regime would send soaring the stock of his sire Golan, who also stands at the County Tipperary farm.
"But along with these guys I'd love to see Molly Stallon turn up and she'd be welcome in the dug-out.
Dave Stallon, operations director at FSB, said: "Energy is an increasingly important issue for smaller businesses.
Both Hampton pairings of Tony Eccleston/RichardWestman and Richard Allen/Mark Joannides went down in championship tiebreaks to Geri Szabo/Max Phipps but levelled the match by beating James Blackwell and Clive Stallon.