murly

murly

(ˈmɜːlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
crumbly
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In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Long Island Community Garden, c/o Penny Murly, Cushing Road, Long Island, ME 04050.
Robert James Merrett must be thanked for bringing the food to this banquet with his consummate array of cookbooks, and the best prize for finding the catchiest quotation goes to Isobel Grundy: "The curly murly fashion of the hair is not much worn now" (144).
Malcolm Weir, Chris Barton, Chris Howes and Martin Timms were always in command to beat C Barket and colleagues 20-12 as were Martyn Murly, Tom Millership, Calvin Wells and Alan Apsy who returned a 25-14 winning card against I Walker's foursome.
MURLY: the drab interior to Bushwackers bar and restaurant
THORNFIELD'S Dave Murly is the new junior vice-president of the British Isles Indoor Bowls Association.