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Merse

the. a fertile lowland area of SE Scotland, in Scottish Borders, north of the Tweed
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With the e | merse Network, WATG created a unique hotel that utilizes the hotel's surrounding city as its most important amenity.
That's why Stan's still going at 37 and Merse still wants to play again when he's fit.
I'll tell you one thing, I admire Merse for beating alcoholism.
Dev Merse draw Saturd T DIVISION leaders St Paul's missed the e to maintain their 11-point lead at the the table as they could only draw 3-3 FC De Corona.
The Merse claims to have lost pounds 7million from gambling, although he doesn't say what day that was, and tells how he once sat in a darkened hotel room contemplating breaking his fingers to stop himself phoning for a bet.
He said: "Everton released me as a teenager but Merse stepped in and gave me a senior contract atWalsall.
I used to go off to Dubai, Merse off to Florida and so forth.
The privately-owned family company's 65-strong workforce has started production in its new home at Merse Road, Redditch.
Next Saturday will see performances from Merse Singers, with classical music and an orchestra playing period instruments and the Bailiffgate Singers who sing everything from Schubert to Sting.
Signed as a replacement for Juninho, who skedaddled to Atletico Madrid after Boro's relegation, Merse was instrumental in Boro going straight back up at the first attempt.
Money has not brought in the hype that surrounded the Merse circus - but he has restored discipline and organisation and established a siege mentality in the Walsall dressing room.
The Mayor of the Borough of Edgewater Nancy Merse, former Mayor Bryan Christiansen and Bergen county executive Dennis McNerney, as well as other local dignitaries, helped celebrate the groundbreaking.