hirling

hirling

(ˈhɜːlɪŋ)
n
(Animals) dialect Scot a salmon trout
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1988) and is an established ATPase and RNA helicase (Hirling et al.
Meijering E, Jacob M, Sarria JC, Steiner P, Hirling H, Unser M.
Men's lightweight double sculls Semifinal B: 1 France A 6:16.33 (Frederic Dufour, Pascal Touron), 2 Hungary A 6:18.23 (Zsolt Hirling, Tamas Varga), 3 Japan A 6:18.51 (Kazushige Ura, Daisaku Takeda), 4 Ireland B 6:19.09 (Sam Lynch, Gearoid Towey), 5 Italy B 6:23.72 (Elia Luini, Leonardo Pettinari), 6 Spain B 6:30.15 (Ruben Alvarez Hoyos, Juan Zunzunegui Guimerans).
With: Gabor Welker, Zoltan Schmied, Ferenc Elek, Anna Bognar, Lajos Kovacs, Judit Hirling.
It would be self-contained w ith its own w hirling w indmill-turbines (a sound eco-lesson for the kids) and, most importantly, walking, talking, performing Teletubbies everywhere to thrill children.