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mull

(of soils, usually in woodlands) having no raw humus layer and usually having a high population of earthworms.
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The various accoutrements associated with snuff (spoons, brushes, and the like) were sometimes attached by chains to the mull.
Mull residents John Wilson and Sarah Palmer volunteered to be witnesses and Mull-based photographer Richard Kellett also made the trek.
Contract Award Notice or Call Off from Framework: Mull & Iona Community Trust is building 2no three bedroom houses at Ulva Ferry.
A RALLY driver has been seriously injured and his co-driver killed after a crash on the Isle of Mull.
The Obama Administration is planning to name Stephen Mull, the outgoing US ambassador to Poland, to oversee the execution of the Iran nuclear deal.
One workplace buddy had received an email from her lad, saying he was working in bonnie Scotland at the Mull of Kintyre.
Mull likewise highlights the temporal aspect of his book; its newsprint pages are layered with speedily improvised collages and painterly sketches reminiscent of Pollock.
SIR Paul McCartney has sacked two members of staff with 55 years of service between them on his estate in the Mull of Kintyre.
The Estonian HC classification was elaborated in the second half of the 1980s (Kolli, 1985, 1992), or 100 years after the beginning of the pioneering research on forest humus by Muller (1887) and the adoption of the term mull.
ADMITTEDLY a rather long drive from Newcastle, although you do get the chance to come within touching distance of the magical Loch Lomond, the Isle of Mull is perhaps the most easily accessible of the Inner Hebridean islands.
HAVING gone to Scotland for the first time in years for both Christmas and New Year, we decided to head off to the Isle of Mull for two days relaxation away from all the festivities.