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mullock

[′məl·ək]
(mining engineering)
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(55) Mullock would later obtain another copy of the Letters (London, n.d.), which he inscribed as bishop of St.
Jason Wouhra, chair, IOD West Midlands; speakers Carl Chinn MBE, Alan Mullock of Toyota GB and Dr Mark Stanford of the Faculty of Engineering, Wolverhampton University.
Fraughan's chip was then tipped over by Mullock before Draper flicked the ball goalwards from a corner but Harris cleared off the line.
Auctioneer and partner John Mullock said, 'The combination of an outstanding artist - A Wheeler (jnr) and an outstanding horse creates a phenomenal piece of work.
Auctioneer John Mullock said: 'We are pleased to be involved -many of us have sons who play rugby and this is something that every parent, wife, girlfriend dreads.
Auctioneer John Mullock said the vendor, who wishes to remain anonymous, hoped the putter would attract global interest when it is sold off at a Telford hotel on June 21.
Mr Mullock said shirts, medals and boots "with a bit of age" from national games should also create interest.
Nomads substitute Owens, a hattrick hero in the semi but relegated to the bench for the final, worked the ball onto his left foot and the shot proved too powerful for Mullock to keep out for a fourth as Connah's Quay triumphed.
Star man Mullock kept Aber in the hunt with a terrific penalty save from Venables after Hayes was bundled over in the box by John McKenna.
Kelvin Mullock Even a minor alteration to a contract can alter where the VAT becomes due and whether the buyer or seller is liable.
Airbus striker Mark Danks should have done better when he only had Chris Mullock to beat in the 18th minute but the Ancients custodian managed to keep the ball out at the expense of a corner.
A collection personally gathered by George Latham, Welsh International from 1905 to 1913, realised top price of pounds 2,500 at Mullock Madeley's April football memorabilia sale.