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cull

  1. to take out (an animal, especially an inferior one) from a herd.
  2. to reduce the numbers of a population of animals by killing them, e.g. seal culls.

cull

the act of culling. Called also cast.
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Brack Office Solutions is thriving at North East Business and Innovation Centre in Sunderland, from where it specialises in stationery, office furniture, school educational supplies, corporate gifts and promotional items.
Brack Capital Real Estate transformed the former home of Tiffany & Co at 15 Union Square West into a contemporary residential condominium.
I got an invitation to the X Games and then a question from the Oldsberg (racing team)," Brack said.
Peter Lucas, director of Tech Brack, said: "This is the breakthrough that could save the NHS millions of pounds and more importantly help save lives.
The Amsterdam-based Brack Capital bought the original site, a six-floor parking garage, in 2007 from Icon Parking for $31 million and developed the 31-story hotel.
Founder Peter Brack has continued to play a prominent role in the enlarged business.
Brack of the department of counseling and psychological services at Georgia State University, Atlanta.
Ms Brack claimed Campbell, who has a long history of assaulting her staff, slapped her in the face and hit her with her Blackberry in Brazil after a piece of luggage was left behind, ripped up her passport in Morocco and pushed her around in her New York flat.
Differences in sex ratios of red bats have been attributed to migratory patterns (LaVal and LaVal 1979), but in West Virginia, Brack and others (2002) found an inverse relationship between reproductive females and elevation; higher elevations are cooler, wetter, and have more variable temperatures.
Since leaving the Levy Board, Brack, who intends to carry on with consultancy work, has been a member of the Donoughue group reviewing the future funding of racing when the levy is abolished.
The building site originally was assembled by Jacob Brack for $700.