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n.1.A light color of the iris in horses; wall-eye.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Terrence Michael Whall, from Bryngwran, appeared in court in June charged with murdering Mr Corrigan.
Terrence Michael Whall, from Bryngwran, appeared in court last month charged with murdering Mr Corrigan.
Jay Whall said Ferguson was the "most difficult to see leave" ahead of Arteta and Rooney, while Basil Jones simply said: "Big Dunc going absolutely killed me.
Matt Whall, scout leader in Marshchapel, Lincs, apologised for the error.
A former assistant of the leading British stained-glass artist Christopher Whall, Child had come to Dublin in 1901; to remarkable effect, he helped conjure Ireland's exceptional Arts and Crafts stained-glass industry, also teaching the likes of Wilhelmina Geddes and Michael Healy.
She was subsequently accepted as a student at the Slade School of Fine Art, and also became a pupil of Christopher Whall, a celebrated stained glass artist.
(10.) Wright JT, Hanson N, Ristic H, Whall CW, Estrich CG, Zentz RR.
Morgan Stanley analyst Toni Kaplan expects the exit of ADT CEO Tim Whall to be viewed negatively by investors and she predicts the stock to trade down by "mid-single-digits" today following the announcement, adding that she had viewed Whall as one of the CEOs most difficult to replace in the event of a succession.
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Locals fromTregaron,CeredigionRNLI lifeguards, Aberdyfi Search and Rescue Team, Welsh artist Miranda Whall and Jane Batchelor, who has just hiked 3,500 miles through Britain, all took part in the trek that took around four and a half hours to complete.