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toun

(tuːn)
n
1. (Human Geography) a town
2. (Agriculture) a farmstead
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Former Fife Flyers icemen Chris Wands, Jamie Wilson and Tommy Muir have all agreed to join the Lang Toun side as it bids to build on last season's third-place finish.
According to Toun Okewale Sonaiya CEO Women Radio 91.7, Lagos state has shown a genuine political will that is deliberate and intentional.
DCom sales chief Rudolf Toun and his team were host to more than 100 partners and customers during the two-day event.
Honesty, named because Musselburgh is called the Honest Toun, was ready-built and given to the club when it started in 2013.
That out of Rome was sent a senatour For to conqueren regnes and honour Unto the toun of Rome, as was usuance, To han the world at hire obesaunce, And soth to seyne, Antonius was his name.
As you all are very familiar with the new video about 'the Nepalese Shia' which also couldn't escape from the fertile hands of a toun of memes that resulted is nothing but a great deal of conflict between sects.
According toUN reports, more than 8 million tons of plastic is leaked into the ocean each year -- the equivalent of dumping a garbage truck of plastic every minute.
The youngster had to play second fiddle to Lang Toun Lady at the same venue on his last start but there is an eight-pound turnaround in the weights and that can prove a key difference over course and distance.
Ye chaps wha toil at case and press in Lunnan's muckle toun, What's wrang wi' dear Auld Reekie now, that fient a ane comes doun?
On Sunday, March 18 the walk is Auchterarder "Tha Lang Toun" and surrounding countryside.
Three years have passed since Toun Socheat got his degree in laboratory medicine.
Tribune News Network Doha The American School of Doha (ASD) High School Fine Arts had an amazing time and gave it their all bringing 'Yoor'in Toun: The Musical' to the ASD community recently.