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Lundy

an island in SW England, in Devon, in the Bristol Channel: now a bird sanctuary. Pop.: 50 (latest est.)
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Lundy departed for New York this week after Corofin's Connacht club final loss to Castlebar Mitchels, while Duane moved there a few weeks ago.
According to an investigation by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ("FINRA"), Lundy misappropriated funds from at least 20 of his customers.
According to details, law enforcement departments launched a search operation in several areas of Lundy Kotal Tehsil of Khyber Agency however during this terrorists opened fire in no time while in counter attack one terrorist died and several received bullet injuries.
Lundy claims secondary works to date have largely misconceived the relation of history to Deleuze's thought.
Judge Robert TrevoT r-Jo-nes accused Lundy, wy ho worked for 30 years as a volunteer at Bebington Youth Club, of betraying the trust of his victims' parents.
Sport is an important part of Australian culture, and as a Government we want to help local sporting organisations better connect with new and emerging communities, Senator Lundy said.
Lundy had wagered that the Aussie team would bring home more medals than Britain after the London 2012 Games, but Team GB easily beat the boys and girls from Down Under by collecting 65 medals, including 29 gold, compared to Australia's 35 with seven gold.
Lundy, who will complete a length of the Eton Dorney course should Australia come up short, and chef de mission Nick Green believe the Australian team can do just that.
Melbourne, Jumada II 14, 1433, May 05, 2012, SPA -- The Australian Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Kate Lundy has announced that the Australian Government will provide A$1.
HOLDEN Ann (Matthews) Lundy, 53, of Beechwood Road, passed away on Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at the Rose Monahan Hospice Home in Worcester after an illness.
Paul Lundy, of the Audit Commission, has investigated the council's spending for 2009/10.
John Frederick Lundy, 54, died after his Nissan car left the B6318 Military Road, near Matfen in Northumberland last July.