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cull

  1. to take out (an animal, especially an inferior one) from a herd.
  2. to reduce the numbers of a population of animals by killing them, e.g. seal culls.

cull

the act of culling. Called also cast.
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Brack Office Solutions is thriving at North East Business and Innovation Centre in Sunderland, from where it specialises in stationery, office furniture, school educational supplies, corporate gifts and promotional items.
Brack insisted that the race would be his only venture into rally car, although he admitted, with more arm-twisting, that he might return for the event next year.
Peter Lucas, director of Tech Brack, said: "This is the breakthrough that could save the NHS millions of pounds and more importantly help save lives.
Sleep laboratories around the world have been successfully using the Somnoscreen for three years and more than 750 Somnoscreen systems are currently being used to diagnose and evaluate patients, Brack said.
Differences in sex ratios of red bats have been attributed to migratory patterns (LaVal and LaVal 1979), but in West Virginia, Brack and others (2002) found an inverse relationship between reproductive females and elevation; higher elevations are cooler, wetter, and have more variable temperatures.
Brack had faced two extensions in the life of the Levy Board, following the Government's decision to abolish British racing's central funding body.
The sellers were Boyle Realty, led by Joel Ledbetter, $200,000; The Milton and Gatha Brack Revocable Trust and Jacqueline Power, $100,000 each; John Aymar Jr.
Elayne Brack, 34, of Norton Hill Drive, Wyken, admitted affray and was ordered to complete a 50-hour community punishment order and pay pounds 400 costs.
Duncan Brack is an associate fellow of the Sustainable Development Programme at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, an interdisciplinary research center for a wide range of major international environmental and energy policy issues.
DRIVER Kenny Brack was hurtled into the air as his car disintegrated after crashing in the Chevy 500 race in Texas on Sunday.
When his supervisor, a Hispanic woman, learned that a lighter-skinned African-American manager was available, she brought him to Brack's restaurant and moved Brack to one in a predominately African-American neighborhood.