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goldcrest

a small Old World warbler, Regulus regulus, having a greenish plumage and a bright yellow-and-black crown
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ENQUIRIES: Goldcrest Resources plc Frederick Bell, Managing Director
COMPELLING PHOTOGRAPH Tiny goldcrests were found huddling together for warmth on the Farne Islands.
Dianne Williams, of Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce, dons a Goldcrest cleaner's tabard with Tim Pearson, of Goldcrest, and Marcel Vernon, of the Isle Casino.
Goldcrest Cleaning, which currently employs over 250 people, has a turnover of pounds 1.
Last weekend, I observed the goldcrest (Britain's smallest bird), nuthatch, lesser spotted woodpecker and other rare species whose fragile foothold depends on these unmanaged fringes of our urban parks.
Valerie Moreton, 76, from Goldcrest Drive, Cyncoed, was rummaging through old boxes when she found a picture of her daughter, Tracey King, with the popular monarch.
Alastair, of Goldcrest Court, Netherton, is giving his sponsorship cash to the Alzheimer's Society after his grandmother was diagnosed with the condition.
A spokesman for Goldcrest which chartered the aircraft said: "It was appalling.
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shares, Goldcrest has 1,403,530,148 Ordinary Shares in issue, which also
30 is far more competitive with preference for the Mark Wallistrained Goldcrest King who is becoming quite versatile in that he has recently shown ability to win both from the front and from behind.
Will I see you at the Strategic Health Authority meeting on May 15 next week at Riverside House, Goldcrest Way, Newcastle NE15 8NY?