durgan


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durgan

(ˈdɜːɡən)
n
a stunted or dwarfish animal or person
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When Lady Durgan, widow of the late Sir John Durgan, arrived in their station, and after a short time had been proposed to by every single man at mess, she put the public sentiment very neatly when she explained that they were all so nice that unless she could marry them all, including the colonel and some majors already married, she was not going to content herself with one hussar.
Deputy Governor Robbie Durgan said: "As well as improving conditions, we are now focused more on rehabilitation which gives prisoners hope for the future."
Forum presenters include Patrick Durgan and Jessica Sankey from Bellingham Public Schools, Sara Southerland from Sustainable Connections, Holly O'Neil from the Whatcom Anti-hunger Coalition, and Ali Jensen from the Whatcom County Department of Health.
Fort Collins, CO, February 21, 2019 --(PR.com)-- On February 22nd, 2019, Kyanite Publishing is set to release "Warriors of Understone: The Tales of Durgan Stoutheart Book One" by Author B.K.
Durgan joins from UM MENA, where he headed up the Johnson & Johnson business across MENA and Pakistan.
Florence Habitat For Humanity Inc, to Durgan Hailey Marie, 2930 Munsel Lake Rd, Florence; $150,000.
10" and "Durgan" display something of the attentive poet, but not yet the patient contemplative of Levertov's more substantive and characteristic work.
On competition for support in Barcelona between the different Marxist groups see Andrew Durgan, 'The search for unity.
(30) En los creditos se incluye a Andy Durgan, quien "fue asesor historico de la pelicula Tierra y Libertad.