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stoor

(stuːr)
n
Scot a variant of stour
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With a revolving roster of singers changing up per their diverse back catalogue, the band had the suburbs absolutely rocking with addictive beats and a stunning light show bouncing off the stoor generated by a playpark heatwave.
Too hot to sleep one day then the next it would be at the "stoor" and dust blowing about.
Stoor have reemerged still sounding fresh, despite forming longer ago than Jockrock, while Ballboy have been ever present in the year-end charts.
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55/02 is a bright red shelter at Cock Stoor on the north shore of Kielder Water <B
This conference will also feature a post-conference workshop on Plant commissioning and start-up strategy, methods of application, techniques and benchmarking systems which is facilitated by Phil Stoor who is the Former Sr.
Sweden defender Fredrik Stoor, who has never started a Premier League match since joining in 2008, is to be allowed to leave the club.
Rafik Halliche (thigh), Frederik Stoor (groin), and Phillipe Senderos (Achilles) are also unavailable.
Rafik Hallicke and Frederick Stoor (groin) are both doubtful.
Subs not used: Zuberbuhler, Baird, Riise, Stoor, Greening, Elm.
FULHAM (from): Schwarzer, Konchesky, Baird, Riise, Hughes, Smalling, Pantsil, Etuhu, Duff, Murphy, Gera, Dikgacoi, Okaka, Davies, Zuberbuhler, Greening, Shorey, Kelly, Hangeland, Stoor, Nevland, Elm.