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n.1.The abdomen; the uterus; the womb.
1.Spot; blemish; harm; hurt.
Withouten wem of you, through foul and fair.
- Chaucer.
v. t.1.To stain; to blemish; to harm; to corrupt.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Steve Lord, from north Wales, and Steve King, who lives near Chester, had been on car park duty at the Whitchurch Lions charity dig on a farmer's field, near Wem, last October.
And last year, West Mercia Police announced it has plans to close police stations in Whitchurch, Wem and Bridgnorth, along with the smaller Riverside station in Shrewsbury.
According to this study, over the next five years the Web Experience Management (WEM) market will register a xx% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ xx million by 2024, from US$ xx million in 2019.
Harry Clark converted Steve Webb's cross to put Malvern ahead but Wem hit back through Ben Astley.
Moderated by Marjan Faraidooni, Senior Vice President -- Legacy Development and Impact, Expo 2020 Dubai, other World Majlis participants included His Excellency Hong Hao, Chairman, WEM; Professor Joan Busquets, Harvard School of Design and Technical University of Catalonia; and Professor Cheng Jian, Shanghai Coordination Centre of World Cities Day.
Moderated by Marjan Faraidooni, senior vice-president for legacy development and impact at Expo 2020 Dubai, other World Majlis participants included Hong Haoc chairman of the WEM; Professor Joan Busquets of the Harvard School of Design and Technical University of Catalonia; and Professor Cheng Jian of the Shanghai Coordination Center of World Cities Day.
He said the brothers' management failures led to the demise of the RJ's of Wem and RML 2418 Ltd bus companies, had been bidding to run some of the Wrexham routes lost following the demise of GHA.
Creation of the following categories of WEM participants: (i) Generators (>0.5 MW require a permit); (ii) Suppliers (Types: Basic, Qualified and for Emergencies); (iii) Marketers; and (iv) Qualified Users Participants of the Market (>5 MW of aggregate consumption).
Former work colleagues of Mr Wem, who was originally from Highfield Road, told the Gazette of their shock at hearing the news.
Ari po Brin team to Wem well-dese Bringing these two great national teams - and the brilliant Lionel Messi - to Wembley will be a fitting end to a well-deserved year of celebration.
For Whom The Bell Tolls is a rough translation of Wem die Stunde schlagt, referring to the bell being rung as the coffin was leaving the church on the last journey to the cemetery, according to Catholic custom in Germany and Austria.