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brindled

brown or grey streaked or patched with a darker colour
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In November 2008 workers clearing a storage shed Brindle rented in Tregony, Cornwall, alerted police after finding evidence of his crimes.
Tony Brindle, then 27, was later cleared of the murder.
Also, when Navistar informed Brindle that, in order to continue as a supplier, it must become part of Navistar's electronic data exchange system, Gage knew he needed outside technical help in setting up the system.
Brindle said the pretend wound represented injuries the elephants allegedly suffer from the circus trainers' alleged use of bull hooks, an instrument with a sharp tip that scrapes an elephant's skin.
Brindle took the brunt of the damage, hitting the Turn 1 wall.
Brindle brings a refreshing quality to a story already well told, and combined with the illustrations, it makes one long for more.
Emma Liddell then dismissed Laura Newton and Jenny Gunn to reduce the hosts to one for two and Cathryn Fitzpatrick also took two wickets but Brindle and Greenway dug in for the victory
Wards Cove Packing Company Chairman Alec Brindle recently announced the sale of the company's E.
Helen Brindle is a humble, tormented woman, caught in a chasmic split between her inner self and her daily existence.
The Caterpillar That Came to Church, Hooker, Brindle, Lademan (Our Sunday Visitor) 4.
Robert Brindle, Director of Competitive Intelligence at ServiceMaster, one of the world's largest residential and commercial service networks, joins Rearden Commerce, a strategic procurement, spend management and supplier enablement company,to discuss the latest trends and strategies for supplier enablement at the International Supply Management Conference in Orlando, FL next week.