Semple


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Sem·ple

(sem'pĕl),
David, English physician, 1856-1937. See: Semple vaccine.
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But a fantastic score of six proved to a be a turning point andTeam Semple eventually ran out 10-6 winners.
Semple said he'd love for a "well-funded visionary" to step in and buy the building but doesn't expect that will happen.
But Keenan is tipping dual national Semple to focus fully on the final three games of her Netball Superleague season - starting with tonight's clash at Severn Stars.
Semple hit a buzzer beating goal against Bath as TN claimed the final quarter of their last home game of the season in front of another packed Sport Central crowd.
A sense of foreboding sets in as Semple shows us this stubborn creature of habit viewing the knee-jerk-repugnant specter of old South money through new eyes:
Brizzi, of South London, admitted dismembering Gordon Semple, 59, when high on the drug.
Skov still could petition for a recount, but Semple said he called her Wednesday morning to congratulate her.
Prosecutor Crispin Aylett QC told jurors: "So, the defendant cannot have confined himself to dismembering Gordon Semple and disposing of his body either by acid in the bath or else in the dustbins.
Constable Semple was originally from Inverness and had been with the Metropolitan Police for 30 years.
The body of PC Semple, 59, was found at a property in Southwark, south London, on Thursday and sparked a murder inquiry.
I am delighted and relieved to be back home safely and to be reunited with my family after such a long time," Semple said in a statement issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
Douglas Robert Semple was freed after being kidnapped last year, state news WAM reported.