whally

whally

(ˈwɔːlɪ)
adj
(of eyes, esp those of a horse) with light-coloured irises
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Giving him company is Joanne Whally's Sister Grace, a new character, who takes it upon herself to nurse the Devil of Hell's Kitchen back to health.
Reader Mr George Whally contacted me to see if he could get a better look at the full photograph of the school as he thought he was on it.
Near Marseille comes the elegant JEAN-LUC COLOMBO LES PINS COUCHES ROSE 2013 (RRP PS9.99, Wholefoods Market, Luvians, The Whally Wine Shop, Cambridge Wine Merchants) blended from syrah and mourvedre.
Going backwards we can produce 34 six-letter words: DUALLY, KNAGGY, KNARRY, KNOLLY, MEALLY, QUAGGY, QUARRY, SHAGGY, SHEAFY, SHELFY, SHELLY, SHERRY, SHOALY, SNAGGY, SNEERY, SNELLY, SNIFFY, SNUFFY, STAGGY, STARRY, STEELY, STILLY, STUFFY, STUGGY, THEALL, THEORY, WHALLY, WHEELY, WHERRY, WHIFFY, WHILLY, WHIRRY, WHOLLY, and WOOLLY.
Opener Whally Ghauri smacked nine fours in his run-a-ball 52.
The loss of a couple of early wickets in the run chase didn't deter Marton, Whally Ghauri calming any nerves as he cracked eight fours in his 41 which eased the home team to a seven wicket win, and back to the top.
Explaining the public's reaction, his physician wife, Dr Angelina Whally, now the curator of Body Worlds since her husband's degeneration with Parkinson's disease, said it evoked 'a deep and moving encounter with the inner-self'.
Pauline Whally, SC, told the jury it is the prosecution's contention the accused was the aggressor and Mr Fegan had posed no threat.
Other highlights over the next several weeks include a giant inflatable pig with stories to tell, the return of the breathtaking physical theatre company NoFit State Circus, urban comedy performances from Reckless Invention and life-sized puppets from the Whally Range All Stars.
Penalty Castle Vale advanced their cause by defeating Pershore Town 3-1 at King George's, where Town took the lead in the 20th minute courtesy of Stuart Whally.
The target proved easy for Marsden and Lee Whally, with an unbeaten 47, and Chris Mann completed the task.
Trela, I., and John Whally (1990) Global Effects of Developed Country Restrictions on Textile and Apparel.