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Dor·set

(dōr'set),
Marion, U.S. bacteriologist, 1872-1935. See: Dorset culture egg medium.
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Situated less than ten miles north of the popular resort town of Weymouth on the English Channel, Dorchester has been an important waypoint historically for those traveling from the interior of Dorset to the coast.
Mark Smith (Avenue Leamington), Neil Brereton (Welford), Steve Merrett (Avenue Coventry) and Dan Box (Little Compton) battled into a two-shot lead at the final end but Dorset took a treble to win 19-18.
Dorset in reply were restricted to 161 for nine in 40 overs.
com cricket agency list of players, is also handy with the bat and has just moved back to this region following several seasons in Dorset.
The casualty was taken to Dorset County Hospital," the ambulance trust said.
Dorset police gathered intelligence that two locals - Robin Brasier, 68, and Tara Ruffell, 30 - had been arranging shipments of heroin and crack cocaine into Dorset through contacts in Liverpool.
The wider range is designed to build on this Dorset inspired success and tap into the trend for infusion teas, which are in growth 9.
Neither the Thule nor the earlier Arctic colonists, who created tools and figurines typical of what's called Dorset culture by around 3,000 years ago, display a genetic connection to current Native American groups living south of the Arctic, the scientists report in the Aug.
Robert ''Bobby'' Tufts lost his bid for a third consecutive term as mayor of Dorset on Sunday.
Rosemary Snell, 62, from Misterton, Somerset and Michael Rolfe, 72 from Fivehead, Somerset, died when the car they were in was engulfed by a "wall of mud and water" at the north end of the Horn Hill tunnel at Beaminster, Dorset, on July 7, 2012.
Fox News reports that Tufts was re-elected mayor of Dorset during an annual 'Taste of Dorset' Festival.