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subtle

 [sut´'l]
1. very fine, as a subtle powder.
2. very acute, as a subtle pain.
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"So we're still really only scratching the surface of what's there," Suttle said.
Troll Samantha Walker was responsible for making and posting the video, along with accusations that Ms Suttle had beaten her own dog on a Facebook group she had set up to expose alleged animal abusers.
The court heard Ms Walker, a total stranger, confronted Ms Suttle, 54, while she was walking her dog - Duke, a five-year-old mastiff cross - close to her home in Byram, near Pontefract, West Yorkshire, on March 24 last year.
"Her marriage had not long ago broken down and she had engaged in a relationship with a fellow prison officer considerably older than her," Miss Suttle said.
Earlier this month Suttle, who's not responded to my messages, described on her Facebook page how a Mini Countryman and a sporty Honda Civic Type R had been stolen from her drive and appealed for help catching "the thieving scumbags".
The study by Suttle and his colleagues, published this year in the International Society of Microbial Ecology Journal, was the first to count the number of viruses falling to earth.
Mr Suttle says he is the registered keeper but is still awaiting the full V5C logbook from the DVLA after purchasing the car a few months ago.
According to the company, this closure is intended to increase the efficiency of Suttle's operations and improve the lead time and availability of its products.
Bobby Suttle, six, from West Denton who was hit by a car outside his home, pictured with mum Michelle
(NASDAQ: JCS) subsidiary Suttle said it has introduced MediaMAX, a brand for reliable connectivity inside the premise.
Minnesota, July 25 -- Suttle, a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Systems, Inc.
Philip Suttle, the deputy managing director and chief economist of the Institute of International Finance, which represents some 450 banks around the world, said that Cyprus will face more strain from a sharply contracting economy with few options for kickstarting growth.

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