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preece

[prēs]
(electricity)
A unit of electrical resistivity equal to 1013 times the product of 1 ohm and 1 meter.
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JACK Preece is confident his Moseley team-mates will raise their game for the season's finale at home to Fylde on Saturday.
AIRBUS UK v CARDIFF MET TOMORROW, 3PM KICK OFF By JOHN BRIDGWATER AIRBUS UK Broughton's summer of change continued as director of football Andy Preece parted company with the club on the eve of the new season.
Stuart Preece, of Miry Lane in Thongsbridge, appeared at Kirklees Magistrates' Court in Huddersfield.
COVENTRY have released back row forward Tom Preece with immediate effect to enable the New Zealander to join Premiership club London Irish until the end of the season.
Preece, in his response, remembered how "he acquired his first ideas of electricity" as a young boy in the town, and marvelled at how he was "now endeavouring to develop its latest achievements by breaking down the obstruction of space.
Tragic Keith Preece, 62, was loading cattle on to a trailer at his farm when three of the herd "got spooked" by the sunshine and ran back towards him.
Kevin Preece, 49, from Middlesbrough, roamed stores across Teesside and he had more than 300 "upskirt" images when he was caught.
James Preece (2), Robert Sedlak, Louis Lockwood and Jordon Powell were the Devils scorers.
ASIGNIFICANT English footballing milestone is in danger of slipping under the radar next month - which is not unusual in the career of Andy Preece.
Stefanik charged to the lead by Ryan Preece following a restart on Lap 141 and held off multiple hard charges from Preece, Rowan Pennink and Ron Silk to extend his tour career record for wins.
Ryan Wade But Preece admits the failure to beat Carmarthen earlier in the campaign still rankles.
BEES forward Mark Hopley has encouraged captain Jack Preece to continue playing well in the hope he will be spotted by one of rugby's big boys.