undern

undern

(ˈʌndən)
n
1. (Cookery) dialect a simple meal
2. the third or sixth hour of the day
3. dialect the afternoon or the evening
adj
exposed
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h be on undern that PALACE who is er club surely urn to That is an accusation that could never be aimed at Palace and, in particular, Pardew who is four points above his former club Newcastle.
It is a fun and breezily undern anding comedy romp that is easy on the eye and punctuated with some delightful moments.
Captain-for-the-day Commons, another undern performer, was next to make way, for Paddy McCourt, as Lennon searched for answers to the conundrum laid out by Kilmarnock who had only seconds earlier doubled their lead.
Tickets BD6 for adults, BD4 for children undern 12.
U=10 P[U]=0.345 P[U]=0.016 P[U]=0.500 P[U]=0.345 UNDERN./RECOVERED 1 hour 6 hour 1 day 3 days C/R U/R C/R U/R C/R U/R C/R UR 25 56 160 70 156 96 105 81 20 36 120 91 92 129 76 56 58 24 135 74 89 67 73 98 53 41 152 73 192 130 148 62 45 25 120 96 96 119 88 128 40 36 137 81 125 108 98 85 Difference from control 41% Mann Whitney's U-Test Calc.
It also has this American buoyant optimism and friendliness that undern eath isn't that way really; it is in fact rather dark, manipulative and selfish.
Services between Lichfield and Redditch on the Cross City line were severely disrupted after the lorry became stuck undern the 13ft bridge in Station Road, Erdington.
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