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stell

circular stone or metal corral providing shelter for sheep in windswept, snow-susceptible areas. Has lean-to, inward-facing roof around the wall.
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The Stell was created in Falstone by Sunderland artist Colin Wilbourn, while the Forest Head is by American arts collective Simperch.
Farrar, of Eryri Harriers, won the F50 prize while competing in the race for the 22nd time, Stell Farrar | having run it every year since its inception in 1987 other than when she was unable to because of pregnancy.
In recent years, Stell said, the city has contracted for help from the U.
Stell will work in partnership with the firm's Committee on Racial and Ethnic Diversity and the Committee on the Retention and Promotion of Women to advance Sidley's firmwide diversity initiatives.
Under the program, Portland Roasting will pay a premium over the market price for Guatemalan coffees and has agreed to make El Paternal its exclusive supplier for non-organic Guatemalan beans ("Unfortunately, the farm does not carry an organic certification," Stell explained).
Schmolz + Bickenbach is one of Europe's I largest bright stell producers.
The best club team, Duncan Hewitt and Bill Sanderson of Stockport Clarion, were second in 56min58sec and the composite team of veteran George Nowland (Science in Sport) and youngster Matt Stell (Ribble Valley) were third in 57min 28sec.
Wheeler, Stark, and Stell have raised many interesting points concerning gun control that merit extended treatment.
Christopher Stell focuses on Meetinghouses in England, and begins by debunking the claim of Horningsham Chapel to date from 1566.
SAFEWAYsupermarket assistant Lara Stell saved pounds 30 on the cost of insuring her new motor scooter.
at the Heath Stell and Brunswick mines in New Brunswick.
Brad George of Oregon Stell Mills; Stephanie Kovacevic of IBM/Sequent Computers; and Ellen McMillan of NACCO Materials Handling Group.