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morgay

(ˈmɔːɡeɪ)
n
(Animals) a European small-spotted dogfish, Scyllium canicula
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They were 3-0 down inside 20 minutes and, although Tom Morgay clawed one back from a swift counter-attack, shipped two more to go into the interval 5-1 adrift.
Asi, don Manuel Anselmo Nafria, lectoral de Calahorra, combatio los errores de Juan Antonio Llorente (47); don Fermin Caballero y Morgay lo hizo con las obras de Sebastian Minano (48); las Instituciones de Leon, mas conocidas por Teologia Lugdunense, tampoco escaparon a la condena (49); como los temas proclives al materialismo y mortalidad del alma (50).
This will remain a legal term in Sweden when all now living are long forgotten, and has already become an Anglo-Saxon custom, known as morgen-gifu, as at Morgay Farm in Sussex.
Other results: Bournville 2nds 5 Khalsa 2nds 0, Khalsa 3rds 0 Old Wulfrunians 3rds 4, Rugby 2nds 4 (Unett 2, Morgay, Spacey) Nottingham University 2nds 3, Rugby 5ths 5 (Chaplin, Jenkinson, Long 2, Hughes) Coalville 4ths 0, Rugby 5ths 4 (Dale Cave, Dave Thompson 2, Richard Boult) Belper 5ths 1, Rugby 6ths 1 (Duffin) Northampton 5ths 0, Rugby 6ths 0 Leicester 4ths 3.