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said of wool when it contains plant burrs, the adherent seed pods, usually of Medicago polymorpha.
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Burry Port county councillor Amanda Fox feels "disgusted".
But indiscipline let them down and allowed Burry Port to stage a dramatic second half comeback, eventually running out 20-18 victors.
LAUGHING ALL WAY TO THE BANK Christian Bale is oneeyed banker Michael Burry
With seasoned financial experts refusing to acknowledge the validity of his informed prediction, Burry created a financial-swap agreement (with bankers who believed that the market was stable and secure) that allowed him to bet against the housing market-and he eventually earned a hefty 489 percent profit
30pm Fishguard Harbour to Cardiff passenger train while passing through Pembrey and Burry Port station non-stop struck a person.
Burry Port play in Division Three West A, while Ystrad lie second in Division Three West Central.
The new investment will be spread over the 2015 to 2020 period and comprises the main sewerage pipe under Station Road being replaced as well as work under Carway Street in Burry Port.
Toronto-based composer Dean Burry is looking forward to a busy season of productions, starting with the launch in September of a CD on the Centrediscs label of Baby Kintyre, an "opera in five episodes," based on the real-life tale, first told on a CBC Radio doctunentary, of a mummified baby found under the floorboards of an east Toronto horne.
He is currently vicar of Burry Port, in the diocese of St David's, Pembrokeshire.
2) A nautical theme is the inspiration for the Burry Port Maritime Carnival tomorrow in stunning Carmarthen Bay.
ON COURSE: The star's long-time friend and publicist Allen Burry said: "Michael is still visiting with Cameron.