dorse

dorse

(dɔːs)
n
(Animals) a type of cod, believed to be the young of the common cod
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Gavin served his time at Portland Youth Offender's Institute in Dorse and left with just a few qualifications at the age of 19.
use dorse he nd le A walk to the park with the kids, cycling to the shops and going to the less-fashionable exercise class at your local leisure centre may not be Instagram worthy, but it's just as worthwhile when it comes to health benefits.
But let's face it, they are show use dorse uploading their pictures to off and get 'likes', not because they genuinely want to endorse it as a great way to get fit.
Rosemary Dorse, Examinations Administrator at NSC, who helped to organise the donations and their recent handover to the foodbank comments, "We are delighted by the support that we have received from staff at the College, and would like to thank them for their contributions.
You were, tell the truth.' u n ' It's undeniable that Engelbert - he was born Arnold Dorse y but took on his stage name in 1965, and not even his friends and family call him Arnold - looks like a man 20 years younger, something he puts down to a combination of hair dye, martial arts and fast living.
Elastofibroma dorse. Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand Suppl 1961;51:83-4.
It also offers Dorse VI, which captures and measures data as you move, whether you prefer exercising indoors or outdoors.
BURSA (CyHAN)- A truck's dorse collapsed while dumping load on Wednesday in Bursa.
Here, I relocate the trilingual version of "Erthe upon Erthe" on the dorse of a fourteenth-century Exchequer roll, National Archives of the United Kingdom El 75/11/16, and I propose that the Latin and Anglo-Norman translations were produced as a rhetorical exercise by a member of the clerical proletariat.
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Ben Cooper's (Carell) son Alexander (Ed Oxenbould) is just another pre-teen kid with three siblings including older brother Anthony (Dylan Minnette) and sister Emily (Kerris Dorse).
Some partners boycott only settlement-based industries, while others en- dorse a full boycott of Israel.