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Referring to an elongated tubular or cylindrical structure—in particular a tumour—with terminal expansions
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Doug Eglin and Glen Dumbell - off to France to open a boutique bed and breakfast venture
Andy Dumbell, managing director of Control F1, said: "We're delighted to have been named a Little British Battler.
Paul Dumbell and Brian Green from accountants KPMG were yesterday appointed joint administrators of Ruthin Castle Limited, the historic grade II listed hotel and spa in Ruthin.
Acting vice-principal David Dumbell said: "Aidan was a lovely lad and it was such a tragic, tragic loss.
This is our busiest year yet," says Douglas Eglin, who, along with Glen Dumbell, owns Puschka.
I only started bodybuilding in April last year and got totally hooked from the first brush with a dumbell," he added.
The screaming victim then had his hands pulverised with a dumbell.
I'm using a dumbell to make the work more exacting and I rode out this morning without any bother.
Cockburn WC, Cross RM, Downie AW, Dumbell KR, Kaplan C, Mclean D, et al.
UCP's most famous product is the Dumbell spanner and it sells almost pounds 1 million of cycle parts and accessories a year.
The hysteresis loss was determined according to ASTM D412 (1980) by stretching dumbell specimens to the desired strain level.
VISITORS to the Town Hall this week included the Tale of Two Cities Northern Flowerhouse Group; MD Productions; Jim Gill, from Professional Liverpool; residents from L6; and finally a presentation to veteran William Dumbell of the Legion d'Honneur, in recognition of his actions during World War II.