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(rŭn'dĕl),
A.T., British physician. See: Richards-Rundle syndrome.
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That's the reason the [women] were all brought over here, to make future bloodlines," says Rundle, whose character made the journey of a lifetime across the ocean to America in the first series.
Dan Rundle runs into trouble this time, but the Cov speedster had the final say in a tense duel at the Butts Park Arena.
Most travelers are unaware of the many colorful stories from the past around every turn in the road," said producer Tammy Rundle.
Rundle was only appointed at Station Road in May after former Boro striker Andy Campbell left to take over at West Auckland.
Rundle has 15 tries in this season's competition, and as a veteran of the previous two, he is the alltime leading scorer too.
Rundle added: "There were some excellent players out there in the England side and some good Irish lads.
Fernandez Rundle partnered with Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr.
Mr Weatherill said the closure of Rundle Road and realigning it further to the south would return more land to the East Parklands and enhance the space.
Rundle alleged that as a young girl, the actress used to dip her fingers in hot wax.
Rundle said that Kallis would miss a few matches towards the end of the Big Bash in order to return home and be available to play in the ODIs against the West Indies and hopefully the all-rounder would then return to Australia as part of South Africa's ODI squad for the World Cup in February.
Rundle spent 16 years with Kimberly-Clark, a $21 billion international consumer goods and Fortune 500 company.
The company added Rundle currently serves as its CEO.