Urry


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Ur´ry


n.1.A sort of blue or black clay lying near a vein of coal.
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"'So you are in a 'urry!' and he wheezed amusement.
One coarse-fibred brute, indeed, once went so far as to address to her the frightful words, ''Urry up, there, Tottie!
I shan't forget that bit in a 'urry," said Bert irrelevantly.
Julian Urry, retail director at Totally Wicked, added: "I am delighted that Totally Wicked and WHSmith will be able to provide consumers with greater access to some of our premium range of products.
By contrast, Elsie Urry, the mother of McGreavy's tiny victims, was given no backing to prevent him going free.
Tracey Urry, Highland Council's head of roads and transport said: "Since the last severe flooding in Dingwall in 2006, The Highland Council has invested considerably in flood defence measures including the installation of video monitoring and trigger alarms for flooding."
Primary 5 have earnt how to make vegetable urry, tomato soup, omelettes and even pizza.
McGreavy, from Southport, was 21 when he killed Elsie Urry's children.
Their mother, Elsie Urry, who has since moved to Hampshire, said a support worker had rung to tell her the news.
On hearing he was out of jail, the children's mum Elsie Urry, 68, said yesterday: "I feel like killing him."
On hearing he was out of jail, Elsie Urry, 68, said yesterday: "I feel like killing him".
The children's mother, Elsie Urry, who has since moved to Hampshire, told BBC Hereford & Worcester yesterday that a support worker had rung to tell her the news.