leveret


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leveret

a young hare.
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Leveret is also selling 400,000 shares of the common stock to Aegean Marine Petroleum Network's board chairman, Peter C.
We estimated leveret age from an average parturition date observed each year and then applied a growth curve (Parker, 1977) to estimate leveret biomasses.
SIX WEEKS after mating, Mother Hare gave birth to three young, called leverets (LEV-uh-ruts).
In the Formby Leveret, Davies fired rounds of 72 and 70 to finish in third spot - five strokes behind winner Charley Hull.
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Similarly, fewer arctic hares were seen in 1998 than in any previous summer, and not one leveret (young hare) was observed, even when my colleague and I were following a pair of wolves hunting leverets.
Morris, who is already a Curtis Cup player, is in great form this season with a series of top-five results in stroke play events and a win in The Leveret.
Last season she also won the Scottish U16 championship and The Leveret and was third in the St Rule Trophy, sixth in the European Young Masters and seventh in the German girls' championship.
Still at a career-low mark of 57, he should be well suited by the extra distance of the Leveret Apprentice Handicap.
Sebastien Boucher was 3 for 5 with two RBIs, and Rene Leveret, Steve Brown, Josh Colafemina and Jeff Helps each added two hits for Quebec, which finished with 14 hits.
Even now Sally Hampson can recall perhaps ten 36 hole events, including the Formby Leveret and the Pleasington Putter but proudly she regards the Royal Birkdale tournament as the premier event of its kind in the north.