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hurst

(hɜːst)
n
1. (Forestry) a wood
2. (Physical Geography) a sandbank
[Old English hyrst; related to Old High German hurst]
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Hurst, merely looked the gentleman; but his friend Mr.
Hurst and once with Miss Bingley, declined being introduced to any other lady, and spent the rest of the evening in walking about the room, speaking occasionally to one of his own party.
Smith, now in this neighbourhood (I have dined with him, at Hurst and Wilford), who is just come from Langford where he was a fortnight with her ladyship, and who is therefore well qualified to make the communication.
Hurst provides a historical overview of the development of Chinese and Indonesian legal regimes.
In the case of George Hurst, a drag racer who began his own specialty parts company, it was a little different.
James Hurst, 26, a full-back who once played for West Brom then more recently Wrexham AFC, had allegedly danced around when taken to a breathalyser in custody at Wrexham, and declared:"I'm absolutely f ed" and "Oh, the Welsh dream is over."
Truett-Hurst will retain its Dry Creek Estate and direct-to-consumer brands Truett Hurst and VML.
The sale of the Company's wholesale wine business will allow the Company to focus all of its resources on its principal core brands of "Truett Hurst" and "VML" which are primarily sold at the Truett Hurst Winery in Healdsburg, to Wine Club members via direct shipments and to select retailers around the country.
SIR Geoff Hurst would support the sale of Wembley if it led to major investment in grassroots football - provided a bust of World Cup-winning manager Sir Alf Ramsey retains pride of place at the stadium.
Ipswich boss Paul Hurst wants to freshen up Town's attack with moves for strikers Tom Bradshaw and Ellis Harrison.
An NBER affiliate since 2003, Hurst is a research associate in the Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Public Economics, and Aging Programs.