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bourn

Chiefly southern Brit a stream, esp an intermittent one in chalk areas
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He said he had asked for steel lines to be put in to allow the workers to move about safely but couldn't get them so decided to extend their lanyards with rope from B&Q which unknown to him could not bear the weight of Mr Bourn.
Bourn joins outfielder Nick Swisher, who also signed a four-year deal with Cleveland.
And with his mum Beryl frantically trying to save him, Mr Venus was pinned down by Gibson while Bourn wielded the brick to rain blows on his head.
Drawing on that experience, the new deal with Bourn & Koch has Star-SU in a general marketing relationship whereby it will promote, represent, and sell Bourn & Koch-built Fellows gear shaping machines through existing Star-SU and B&K distribution channels.
Construction began in 1915, and William and Agnes Bourn moved into the 43-room, 36,000-square-foot house in 1917.
Ron Bourn is a model railway fanatic who ran a shop devoted to the subject in Great Barr, Birmingham.
They are also working with Bourn Hall Fertility Centre (BHC) on several community outreach programmes, which will help improve quality of life for patients and their families.
Freshman Nash Bourn tied for 30th with an 87, and sophomore captain Zach Magarian was right behind in 34th place with an 89.
Bourn Hall has launched a new fertility awareness campaign aimed to help people understand more about their own fertility and the different tests and treatments available when facing infertility.
Pastor Tani Omideyi was giving evidence in a trial concerning the death of volunteer worker Lee Bourn who fell through a ceiling at the Liverpool Lighthouse, in Anfield, while installing insulation.
Two of the most notable players that are not signed to teams are Michael Bourn and Kyle Lohse.