smeath

Related to smeath: smew, banjulele

smeath

(smiːθ)
n
(Animals) the merganser or smew duck
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The truth is that Ken's despicable and hurtful attitude should have seen him expelled years ago and the fact that it has taken this long to see him go beggars belief" - Labour MP Ruth Smeath on the former London mayor's resignation from the Labour Party.
"Then I realised I was covered in blood and more blood just kept coming out my face." Her boyfriend David Smeath, 31, went for help.
Her childhood friend Linda Hoani, a senior nurse clinician working at Whangarei Hospital's special care baby unit, was also present, as was Lorna Smeath, a whanau ora nurse with Te Tai Tokerau PHO.
NEW-MAN Michael Newman says Meath are looking forward to big clash sMEATH'S
Das Zentralnervensystem des Kopfes und seine postembryonale Entwicklung bei Bellicositermes bellicosus (Smeath) (Isoptera).
"Don't let your tax planning be disrupted by the grim reaper," advises Clarke Willmott partner Robert Smeath, the tax and estate planning specialist in charge of the firm's private client team in Birmingham.
The situation is so desperate, debt collector Derek Smeath (Robert Stanton) has been hired to recover the money owed.
Debt collector Derek Smeath (Stanton) has been hired to recover the money owed.
The situation is so desperate, debt collector Derek Smeath (Stanton) has been hired to recover the money owed.
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Smeath, the mother of one of her tormentors, telling another mother that she is aware Elaine is being abused but feels she deserves it.
When Elaine says she can "no longer control these paintings, or tell them what to mean," she is reflecting how their meaning has changed for her since she first painted them: Mrs Smeath is no longer purely evil; Cordelia has become a ghost (551).