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tawse

, taws Chiefly Scot
a leather strap having one end cut into thongs, formerly used as an instrument of punishment by a schoolteacher
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Tawse then brought an older man, known only as Chris, with him to carry out the work.
An & Rose & Delanoy investigation into the presentiment effect with reference to extraversion 1999 The effect of meditatoon on Lumley-Savile Morris PK performance in novice meditators 2000 Anomalous arousal levels in Dimmock Morris relation to sensation seeking: & Tawse & Stevens Presentiment or anticipatory strategies?
It's just a matter of reformatting the data, says Tawse of the Kaizen Institute.
A stainless steel pipework system, developed in Germany, is now being made available in the UK through Brown and Tawse of PO Box 6025, The Square, Basing View, Basingstoke, Hants, tel:01256 813400.
Pink Sheets: SEGV) (the "Company") is pleased to announce that Alex Tawse has been appointed as the Company's President & Chief Executive Officer effective immediately.
Bryce were on target for Haws with Chris Tawse scoring for Lochee, who had Paul Blackwood, Jon Voigt and But Roddy Black gave Gowfers a lifeline and Cook, in 88 minutes, Jon Voigt and Scott Gates sent offered.
Gillian Tawse was appointed fulltime Acting Headteacher from Northburn Primary School in Cramlington on Friday.
Traveller Johnny Tawse, 23, picked up a rucksack, not knowing what was in it, from the side of a sofa in the property in Rumney, Cardiff, while the pensioner he had targeted, wasn't looking.
Bronwen Tawse is the owner of popular spice shop (both brick and mortar and online), Spice Station, which sells more than 300 spices, herbs, salts, peppercorns and chilies.