arrish

arrish

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arish

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dialect Southwest English corn stubble
[Old English ersc]
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Yossef Abu Arrish, the head of Gaza's health services, said the medical team that included Najjar had approached the Gaza fence "with raised hands and while they were in their white uniforms and still the army fired tear gas grenades at them."
Jamila Arrish was a recipient of a doctoral scholarship from the Libyan government which partly supported this research.
Jamila Arrish, (1) Heather Yeatman, (1) and Moira Williamson (2,3)
This research received funding from the Libyan government as part of a doctoral scholarship for (Jamila Arrish).
I DR BEN ROACH, breeder of 1999 Horse of the Year Charismatic at his P arrish Hill Farm, Kentucky, died last Friday at the age of 86 after suffering a head injury in a fall on September 2.
P arrish said: ``Golden Snake has proved a bigger attraction in Australia, where he'll have about 80 produce racing for him by the end of this year, and it's sound economics to make the most of that fact, but I still have faith in him.''
The highest-priced filly of the sale was a daughter of Peintre Celebre, bought for 56,000 (pounds 38,326) by David Smaga for Malcolm P arrish. Consigned by Willie Browne's Mocklershill Stables - the leading vendor at both of this month's breeze-up sales at Doncaster and Tattersalls - the filly is out of a half-sister to Derby winner Erhaab.
P arrish has made clear that he is keen to implement the recommendations of last year's BHB Stable and Stud Staff Commission, chaired by Lord Donoughue, and in October the National Stud announced a joint venture with the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association to launch a five-year project towards that end.
P arrish said: ``We are delighted that Fiona has agreed to join us and I am confident that she will bring valuable strength in a vital area.