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canna

An obsolete term for a long tubular structure, fancifully likened to a reed (Greek, kanna; reed)—e.g., a long bone.
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Canna trimmed the gap further with a penalty early in the second half, but Davies replied with a threepointer of his own.
Tommaso Boni added a second try with Canna slotting a drop-goal and another penalty before half-time with just a Ryan Lamb penalty to show for Warriors.
Carl Hogg's side showed some intent in the second period, with a more solid defensive showing and some fine breaks from Lamb and Ben Howard but two more Canna penalties put the game to bed before Dean Hammond crossed for a late consolation try.
Canna got the Italians on the board with a penalty, before Biggar, who was having an off day with the boot, missed a three-pointer of his own on half-time.
Canna does not have a police station or a bobby but officers on Mallaig have been told about the theft.
Cannas come from the Caribbean and South America but thrive all over the world where conditions suit them, in warmer climes often escaping the confines of the garden and naturalising in the surrounding area.
NTS manager of Canna, Stewart Connor, said the importance of the stone became clear after he was notified of the discovery.
He bought the Hebridean island of Canna in 1938 and spent the rest of his life working to preserve its farming culture, wildlife and Gaelic language.
I'm very frustrated,'' said Patricia Pellegrino of Auburn, who received a recommendation certificate from Canna Care in April.
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: "We are looking to trace a fishing vessel that was docked at the Canna pier at the time of the incident.