Instead, these studies identified the impetus of bore development as frontal boundaries extending over the English Channel (Pothecary
1954), or katabatic flows over the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia (called "morning glory"; Clarke 1972; Fig.
Kevin Moyle, Rhys Davies and Neil Pothecary
taking a break from laying tarmac on North Road, CardiffRICHARD SWINGLER
marry a 'pothecary
's daughter and 'twas told me she lost her maidenhead
Last week we revealed that heartbroken Nigel Pothecary
was searching for a group to perform Myfanwy at the ceremony for his mum Glenys.
"Organizations must not panic--nothing is going to happen overnight," said James Pothecary
, risk analyst at political risk consultancy Allan & Associates.
, 20, from Brynmenyn, near Bridgend, is mum to a four-month-old daughter.
[2.] Bennett, J., Pothecary
, E., and Robinson, G., Designing and Building a World-class Industry: The University of Reading Design and Build Forum Report, Centre for Strategic Studies in Construction, 1996.
"Almost all maritime trade between Europe and Asia, approximately $700 billion annually, passes through this narrow waterway," observed analyst James Pothecary
in the Maritime Security Review late last year.
Originally one who kept a store for spices, drugs and preserves, later one who prepared and sold drugs for medical purposes); pothecary
(potticary) (aphetic for of apothecary, formerly in common use) 1386 NED); Brokur 1260, Brokere 1296, Brocour 1297, Brokour 1303, Broker' 1319, brogour 1334 (brokour [AF brocour & broggour; cp.
- Adam Pothecary
(@naddogg5) (https://twitter.com/naddogg5/statuses/484054158509879296) July 1, 2014
Other volunteers included Lisa and Darrin Erwin, Karen Kuzis, Chris Meyer, Kiara Lopez, Gabriel Perez, Tommy Campana, Tor Pothecary
and Ann DeLong.
of Diageo said: "We want to encourage responsible drinking in Cheltenham to ensure the races are a time of celebration.