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rhyme

(rīm)
1. Correspondence in sound of the ends of words, e.g., smell, well, and foretell.
2. A poem in rhyme.
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Rab The Rhymer (Dr Douglas Raitt) wisna sae croose an kindly fin "he leuch till he wis sair" the nicht he went till an annual Society Ball: Lads wi far oer lang kilts and squint and hingin wrang kilts.
Rhymer advised that bidders read the instructions thoroughly before completing the documentation.
The second victim was later on identified as Rhymer through her fingerprints.
Bowling: J Rouell 1-12, A Troup 0-29, D Hardwick 3-63, J Rhymer 3-17, M Groves 1-4, R Templeton 1-1.
Rhymer added that eligible bidders will be required to submit full qualification information with their bids establishing their eligibility to bid and qualification to perform the contract if the bid is accepted.
Sgt Bruce Rhymer added: "I would appeal to anyone who may have noticed any suspicious activity in the area or who has any information to contact police at Magherafelt on the nonemergency number 101.
Thomas Rhymer, closest to the ball, scored the first goal
Rhymer Rigby, author of The Careerist: Over 700 Ways to Get Ahead at Work, offers tips to escape the rut.
Don Rhymer peppers his script with a few one-liners for parents, but Rio is skewed predominantly towards a younger audience, keeping the first flutterings of romance off-screen.
Stiles, 68, is selling a collection of memorabilia from a glittering football career including his medal and cap from England's 1966 campaign; Pakistanis travel by boat to cross a flooded area near Sultan Kot village, Sindh province, southern Pakistan; members of the public view works in the Glasgow Boys section of the Sotheby's Scottish Sale, with centre of frame a work by artist Edward Arthur Walton, titled Rhymer's Hill, at Mansfield Traquair in Edinburgh; the humble blue-tit is slipping away from garden feeders in the face of changes to the way we feed birds and competition from newer arrivals, the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) said yesterday
Should the purists lament, the sixminute drone of Tongue That Cannot Lie is 'finger in the ear' folk inspired by traditional Thomas The Rhymer. JD
John Rhymer, head of the Bishops Wood centre, said: "Climate change is the greatest environmental challenge of the decade.