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Shrap·nell

(shrap'nĕl),
Henry J., English anatomist, 1761-1841. See: Shrapnell membrane.
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He added: "It did not take much on Richard Shrapnell''s part to provoke you."
Watson, M., Greer, S., Blake, S., & Shrapnell, K.
Swansea Crown Court heard heroin addict Mr Shrapnell was then dragged by Curwood from the lounge where the attack took place into the kitchen.
In previous correspondence Mr Shrapnell appeared to complain that British workers are expected to work longer than their fellow employees in the EU, yet to believe that situation can be resolved by withdrawal is to ignore the impact that technology has had on job security and the serious decline of trade union membership on the one hand but also the 48-hour directive on the other.
Tel 024 7631 4823 SHRAPNELL Jean Formally of Bartons Meadow, Stoke Heath, Coventry and recently of Chapel St Leonards, Lincolnshire.
Hopefully the judges will be won't following the style of TV judge Simon Cowell (above).; Pictured above: Steve Carter (front) and (from left) Fallen Angels Sheridan Donovan, Jade O'Hara, Kimberley Garbett and Faye Shrapnell, and Louclaimers Lewis Rankin and Louis Spencer.; Pictured above: (Front, from left) Frazer Miller, Kyran Howe and Tom Wedgebury and (back) Luke Phillips, Tom Scullion, Derry McGregor, Louis Fitton, Harley McKittrick and Billy Williams.; Pictured above: Host Nadeem Bashir (front) and (from left) cameraman Joe Entwistle, judges Eve McFadden and Andrew Davoile, and Daniel Morrison and Tom Clarke.