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A major city in Scotland, home to two Royal Colleges and the Burke and Hare murders (see there); pronounced, EHD in buruh.
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Mr Embra admitted the scheme was a "leap of faith" in the town's success, but said the 120,000 square foot of office space in the proposal would bring muchneeded new business to the town.
The majority of this expenditure will be dedicated to drilling and geophysical surveys on the Adi Nefas and Debarwa licenses with approximately 2,000 metres of drilling allocated to the Embra Derho VMS occurrence on the Medrizien license.
MERSEY DREAM: Plans for this casino, restaurant and hotel complex in Birkenhead's Conway Street will go before Wirral councillors at the end of the month; BIG PLAN: Larry Embra is waiting for the go-ahead
Following the buy-out, valued at over pounds 3m,Mr Embra will continue to operate it as a traditional covered market.
RW Embra Tim Etherington Kempton, Tuesday, November 3 Seemed to be going nowhere for a long way in the second division of the 5f handicap, but finished like a train and was catching the front pair fast at the line.
Perhaps some may think that a very Embra sort of thing.
A management buy-out, led by council market chief Larry Embra MBE, has pledged to invest pounds 2m into much-needed improvements.
And a pounds 2m investment in improvements has been pledged after the management buy-out led by council market chief Larry Embra.
The Chookie Embra, as he's affectionately known in some parts of this country, has stood beside our monarch for the last 60 years.
Readers may feel like making their displeasure known by addressing their complaints to their Westminster MPs, for this is far too important a matter for the MSPs of the wee toytown parliament in Embra.
Grumpy wee Ken is like a raw force of nature when he steps into the pocked skin of Ian Rankin's fictional Embra copper, snarling with an intensity so believable I could almost smell the whisky on his breath from my sofa.
And let this column lead the way by urging the nation to deluge wee Jack McConnell and his toytown parliament in Embra with pleas for it to do something useful at last and demand McNeill is properly rewarded for his outstanding and unique contribution to Scotland's fame as a footballing nation.