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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.
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Brack and her husband Craig have been married for nine years and have three children: Gianna (7), Bastian (5) and Nadia (2).
As well as asking why medical reports were not obtained, the judge said: "The big question is what checks were made about the previous allegations?" Mr Brack had denied applying a corrosive substance with intent, causing grievous bodily harm with intent, an alternative charge of inflicting grievous bodily harm and putting a person in fear of violence between November 30 last year and February 6.
Still, Brack said he faces a moral dilemma reconciling his oath to the law with his discomfort in participating in a system he views as unjust.
Brack has been supplying Newcastle Theatre Royal with office supplies for years, but it was only recently the Theatre Royal team discovered the company MD's love of acting.
Brack said, "At present we don't know why this developmental factor is re-expressed in the aged stem cell environment.
Brack says, whatever you do, don't get hung up on wordsmithing.
Brack Capital Real Estate transformed the former home of Tiffany & Co at 15 Union Square West into a contemporary residential condominium.
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.
In January 2006, Venmore took over a well-established commercial property agency in Liverpool, Dears Brack. 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.
In Clermont County, OH, coleopterans and hymenopterans were most frequently eaten (Brack and Finni 1987).