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tolley

(ˈtɒlɪ)
n
(Games, other than specified) a large marble used in the game of marbles
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But now that we know where we are, we can run for Barclay de Tolley. It is only one hundred and twenty miles from here, due nor'-nor'west.
"If we wreck her here," McCoy added, "we'd have to make the run to Barclay de Tolley in the boats just the same."
The lookout sighted Barclay de Tolley to the eastward, barely visible from the masthead, and vainly and for hours the PYRENEES tried to beat up to it.
Tolley as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, effective June 3, 2019, the company said.
Jamie Tolley and Family will sing at the Tower Hills Free Methodist Church at 5 p.m.
Mr Howard will take over from current chairman Charles Tolley, who will move to the role of vice chairman at the end of May.
Katie Jo Tolley, 29, is mourning Taylor, 12, who was killed on Friday crossing the road near their home in Bridlington, East Yorks.
Second class; 1 Gerry McLelland, 39; 2 Jim Sim 36; 3 Fraser Tolley, 36; 4 Paddy Dunn, 34.
Phoebe-Rose Coxon, 3, from St Winefrides playgroup and eight-year-old Chloe Summers and Jessica Tolley, 5, who both attend Newcroft Primary School, joined over 60 other youngsters who painted, coloured and decorated cardboard baubles delivered to schools by staff from The Nottingham building society.
Researchers led by Michael Tolley, a mechanical engineering professor at the University of California San Diego, will present the robot at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation from May 29 to June 3 in Singapore.
Author Kim Tolley presents students, academics, researchers and general interest readers with an examination of the life of educational pioneer Susan Nye Hutchinson and her work in the Southern United States at the beginning of the nineteenth century.