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morrell

(məˈrɛl)
n
(Plants) a tall eucalyptus, Eucalyptus longicornis, of SW Australia, having pointed buds
[from a native Australian language]
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Paul Morrell, of Manse Road, Ardersier, said he took his car in the early hours of July 8 in a bid to locate the dog.
Morrell, 18, from Troop 85 of Moweaqua earned his Eagle Badge on March 1.
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The university is teaming up with WCG, one of the largest college groups in the country, to help increase the number of courses in animal and equine sciences, therapies, training and more on offer at the historic Moreton Morrell College.
Morrell to provide more transparency over how samples gathered from testing kits can be used.
Kathryn Morrell, from Wallasey, was told she only narrowly avoided being sent straight to prison after pleading guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to nine-year-old German Shepherd Reo.
MORETON Morrell College, which is part of the Warwickshire Colleges Group, has been a centre for landbased education since 1948, and covers 750 acres of Warwickshire countryside.
Doug Morrell has been living the dream since he has fully retired from the Air Force and from a second career as a federally employed civilian with 15 years of service.
Coleraine Magistrates Court heard William Morrell, 22, was spotted speeding and driving erratically at Harbour Place in Portstewart, Co Antrim, on April 26.
BEN MORRELL admits to being overjoyed but a "little bit nervous" as he returns to action with Huddersfield Rugby Union Club at Lockwood Park tomorrow.