sice


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sice

(saɪs)
n
a variant spelling of syce
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Sice, who announced his retirement from county football after last year's campaign and is currently preparing for Corofin's AIB All-Ireland club final against Nemo Rangers on St Patrick's Day, is particularly enthused by the possibilities in attack for Galway.
Points from Aaron Mullins and James Murray levelled the game going into the final ten minutes, before another Sice free edged Corofin 0-6 to 0-5 in front.
For this contribution to the natural gas industry, Sice presented this award to Yokogawa.
Speaking on the announcement of potential new Chinese outposts, Mr Sice had said: "China has a population of 1.
But despite his efforts, Whitehaven doubled their lead just after the half-hour when Sice picked up Karalius' chip and was left with too much space to score.
More details have emerged sice the Telegraph exclusively revealed the Budget plas o Saturday.
Sice his fellow paelists oce agai iclude Louis Walsh, Daii Miogue ad Cheryl Cole, auditioees will ow have to sig i frot of a audiece this time i a bid to keep the show fresh - regardless of how pathetically uable they will be of wiig the series.
Korren is the senior sice president and director of commercial leasing & operations at Swig Equities.
Haven are without broken bone victims David Fatialofa, Leroy Joe and Carl Sice, and Wigan ought to be able to cover a handicap in the mid-30s.
Mitchell President Mary Ellen Jukoski, Academy Superintendent Rear Admiral James Van Sice, and NLDC President Michel Joplin are all involved in transforming this historic whaling village into a new seaport collegetown on the Connecticut shore.
Sylvia King, chief executive of Jubilee Arts c/PLEX, said: 'It is fantastic news that Advantage West Midlands has chosen to fund the SICE project.
SICE staff members participated in a Telecommunications Session on Global Information Infrastructure and Telecommunications Technology.