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mire

a boggy or marshy area

mire

[mīr]
(geology)
Wet spongy earth, as of a marsh, swamp, or bog.
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com)-- Mires, Ran, Clark & Associates (MRC) is targeting its vast investigative resources onto a number Pension Advance Loan Companies who prey on retired public employees and military veterans in the State of Texas.
The applicant for the 100m Charlton Mires turbine is Redpath Energy Ltd, for whom Mr Brown works.
On DIAL "M" FOR MUCK, Muck and the Mires expand these influences to include hints of 60'S BUBBLE GUM, 70S POWERPOP and even A LITTLE BIT O' SOUL!
This figure has often been transferred to mires, however, according to the inventory of Estonian mires (Paal & Leibak 2011), the area of mires is nowadays 233 000 ha or 5.
The Kamanos and Amalva mires in Lithuania provide habitats for a significant number of threatened and rare species.
5% of the Estonian territory is covered by different types of mires (open or with a scattered low tree layer), and 17% is covered by paludified (peat layer less than 30 cm) and peatland forests (peat layer more than 30 cm) and degraded peatlands (Paal and Leibak, 2011).
Thornton Tomasetti announced that Leigh Mires has joined the firm in the newly created position of chief learning officer.
Mrs Mires, who has lived at the property in Heywood, Gtr Manchester, for 18 years, now plans to move into a care home.
John "Mike" Mires has been selected as the new dean of professional, technical and workforce education at North Idaho College.
Over 1,000 hectares of the unique Border Mires, one of the world's most important wetland habitats, have been reinstated after a pounds 700,000 scheme.
In a semi-annual newsletter to parents and alumni, Mires said the card also would be used to check out library materials and make long-distance calls.
After deputies gained control of the situation, the two men, Laurence Berry and Anthony Mires, were arrested, booked, and jailed on counts of burglary, felony theft, possession of crack cocaine, and possession of drug paraphernalia.