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Bellis

A minor homeopathic remedy used for trauma, aches, chills, lymph node swelling, and pregnancy-related uterine pain.
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Judge Walters reminded Bellis that when he came out of prison, conditions would be imposed "to ensure this behaviour will never happen again.
He added that Miss Bellis had worked on cruise ships and as a beautician and was "proud of her appearance and looks".
Recommendation C Bellis 1pt 6-5 Betfred, BoyleSports
Referring to emerging online trends such as the Neknominate drinking game, which went viral on social media earlier this year, Professor Mark Bellis, director of policy, research and development for Public Health Wales, said those running the sites needed to have social responsibility when it came to such issue.
Mr Hussey said: "Jack Bellis was launched from his machine over the top of the Ford Focus and hit the ground.
Laying a pipeline under Alaska's Beaufort Sea reminds Will Bellis of laying pipe across a river, except the crew works on an eight-foot thick platform of ice floating in the Arctic Ocean, temperatures drop to 70 degrees below zero and polar bears may come for lunch.
Miss Bellis said: "I find it difficult to put into words the pain I have suffered, I have very few tears left.
John Bellis, 98, from |Southsea, Wrexham, with his son Roy, and daughter Sandra
Where: One Bellis Fair Parkway Bellingham, WA 98226 When: July 18-20, 2014
But Sinead Fearon, defending Bellis, yesterday said her client was not among those who had taken part in that abuse and was trying to distance himself from that sort of behaviour.
Professor Mark Bellis, Public Health Wales' director of policy and research, said the impact of drinking - including costs to the NHS, the criminal justice system and the economy - added up to around PS900 for every household.
If you haven't been to Bellis Fair in the last few weeks, you are in for a big surprise