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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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Mull and Iona community councils raised PS6,000 through crowdfunding to take legal action against Argyll and Bute Council over the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) it passed in June, despite vocal opposition.
The 600 folk who follow Colin's Facebook page A Binman's View of Mull and Iona couldn't agree more, with his pics attracting lots of likes and loves.
The meeting also mull over LNG Import summary and exploration and production of petroleum and production policy of 2012.
Land Rover sent a team of expert off-road Experience drivers and volunteers to Mull in a fleet of Land Rovers to deliver unique three-word address plaques to 2,000 properties.
The game didn't get off to the desired start as Max Catto's kick-off didn't break the 10-metre line and it gave Mull the advantage of the scrum to get the game underway.
The various accoutrements associated with snuff (spoons, brushes, and the like) were sometimes attached by chains to the mull. At auction, you would expect to pay PS2,000/PS3,000 today for one.
A TRIO TO MULL OVER: Lyme Bay Winery's Mulled Wine (10% abv PS8.29, lymebaywinery.co.uk) This award-winning mulled wine is made in small batches in Lyme Bay's East Devon winery.
Martin Mull, who played Bob Bradley, is just as happy to have been part of the ensemble.
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.