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sough

Northern English dialect a sewer or drain or an outlet channel

sough

A small drain at the foot of an embankment; carries the surface water from it to a side drain.
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Damian's father Basil, who was born in South Africa but moved to England as he was not eligible to play for Sough Africa under Apartheid regulations, passed away at the age of 80 in November 2011 after a long battle against Parkinson's disease, the report added.
The property in the sough after village of Hedley on the Hill will appeal to a range of buyers.
Musharraf's lawyers sough a two-week adjournment, however, the court adjourned the hearing for a week, until January 1.
Hearing the petition filed by Muttahida Qaumi Movement MQM against the new delimitation of Karachi constituencies, the SHC Monday issued stay order till April 21 and sough answer from the Election Commission on April 22.
Back in 2008, wins of any sort were vital for Tipperary as they sough to build confidence after a number of poor seasons.
The ECCU Governments have sough to provide up to US$38 million to help restore value to the transferring policies.
We located the cottage where he'd lived and boozed and written his poetry, and then, in the Brown Bear pub, we found old Jimmy the caretaker who, for a pint of stout, opened up the shuttered house for us, where we walked in whispers through rooms as silent as unwritten poems, and I came across the loo and used it, hearing above the tinkling arc what might have been the sough of the sea or a spectral sigh of approval.
Pyeongchang, located in Gangwon Province adjoining the demilitarized zone between Sough and North Korea, was making its third consecutive bid to host the Winter Olympics after missing out on the 2010 and 2014 Games.
President Ahmadinejad stated that the capitalist system sough to save itself and its main base in the Middle-East, i.
Judge Romanoff in his ruling said, "the lawmaker, through the moral turpitude, sough to prevent the Knesset's status from being harmed if one of its members has been stained.
The bank directors have sough ways to make energy efficiency economically attractive to Bulgarian households.
The municipal work has become one of the pillars of the sustainable development sough by the Sultanate to ensure welfare for the present and future generations; thanks to the Royal care of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, he concluded.