astely

astely

(æˈstiːlɪ)
n
the lack of a central cylinder or stele
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Third place went to Shobrom by one and three quarters of a length and Midsummer Knight beat Astely Hall to land the fourth spot.
Common symptoms of FAS include short attention span and deficits in cognitive functioning, which could greatly affect Dennis's reading fluency scores (Aronson, Hagber, Gillberg, 1997; Olswang, Svensson, & Astely, 2010).
Astely held his nerve under pressure to win the next two frames for a famous victory.
Astely wrote on his website that he is fine and is willing to perform in "your area."
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In another list of 'divine Poets, and sweet Oratours' we find the four writers already mentioned, together with Chaucer, More, Dyer, and the long-forgotten 'Astely', as 'the gentlest Sprites, that English Humanity affourdeth'.(27) Can there be any doubt that 'English Humanity' means anything else than 'English Literature'; or that Harvey's humanitian is a student of that literature, as well as of the classics?
Meanwhile, Ulsterman Joe Swail kicks of his qualifying campaign tonight (Thursday) against Englishman Justin Astely, while former world champion Ken Doherty is in action tomorrow along with Northern Ireland international Gerard Greene.