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hurley

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hurly

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1. (Team Sports, other than specified) chiefly Brit another word for hurling
2. (Team Sports, other than specified) Also called: hurley stick the stick used in playing hurling
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By Hurley Weir, a little higher up, I have often thought that I could stay a month without having sufficient time to drink in all the beauty of the scene.
When Will Hurley, a middle-aged man who clerked in a drug store and who also belonged to the church, offered to walk home with her she did not protest.
It was seven months later before the Hurleys were told after a diagnosis.
A SUPPLIER of confectionery tower vending machines is expanding the range of services it provides after securing a PS150,000 loan from Finance Wales Established in 2009, Hurleys International Foods (Hurleys) will use the finance to purchase new equipment and machinery to develop its onsite confectionery bagging facilities.
Readers can sense Hurleys frustration when he writes During the year I spent researching this book diabetes has been prevented in mice dozens of times yet none of those treatments has been proved effective in humans.
Samco Investments and the Hurleys have taken over operation of the store, which has managed to keep the same team of employees that was already in place.
GANGS of tree thieves have been robbing landowners of their prized ash trees - to feed the huge demand for hurleys.
GANGS of tree thieves have been robbing landowners of majestic ash trees - to feed the huge demand for hurleys.
The court rejected the defendants' contention that the trial court erred by allowing the Hurleys and their counsel to refer to the stillborn child as "their son," "their child," or as "George Hurley, Jr." They argued that the verdict was excessive for the stillbirth of a child and was further evidence that the case was tried as a wrongful death suit.
FRESH thinking may be required on how hurleys are manufactured due to the onset of fungal disease ash dieback.
DJ Daly from Pallaskenry, Co Limerick, said: "I was turning out 100 hurleys a week and I have an order for ash with Coillte.
This book is more about Archbishop Hurley than Pius XII.