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semple

(ˈsɛmpəl)
adj
Scot simple; straightforward; humble; honest; lowly; common
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Semple chuckles appreciatively at the memory of Ratoff's off-kilter and certainly off-color logic about how and why Hayward was a sure thing.
Hodgson's offences happened in North Yorkshire, where he was living at the time, said prosecutor Andrew Semple.
TRIPLE devil of deeside champion alan Semple is one of 40 competitors to have qualified for the first extreme triathlon world championships to be held in norway later this year.
Alan Semple showed remarkable powers of endurance to win the Apollo duathlon on his way to completing a hattrick of victories in the Repsol Sinopec Devil of Deeside Challenge at the Run Balmoral meeting.
Trustee Ray Semple was among those who backed the change.
They will meet at the Castle Semple visitor centre, part of Muirshiel Country Park, and walk to the grotto in the ParkhillWoods which they helped restore in 1999.
Cohan Semple, 18, was with four other boys who attacked 49-year-old Janice Morris on a park bench.
The Marietta Subdivision, as the project is now known, would be on a .89-acre triangular parcel that may not have had any prior development, said Ben Semple, partner at Rodney Evans + Partners, the land planning and landscape architecture firm for the project.
TEAROHA Keenan has warned Chiara Semple to watch her back with the Kiwi shooter in red hot form heading into this weekend's Netball Superleague double header.
TE Aroha Keenan has warned Chiara Semple to watch her back with the Kiwi shooter in red-hot form heading into this weekend's Netball Super League doubleheader.
PROUD Chiara Semple insisted the hard work had finally paid off after Team Northumbria broke their Superleague losing streak to breathe new life into the 2018 season.