Whiterock


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Whiterock

[′wīt‚räk]
(geology)
A North American stage of lowermost Middle Ordovician geologic time, above lower Ordovician and below Marmor.
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Seamus Conlon, a grandfather and fatherof-two, was one of three men struck on the Whiterock Road, in West Belfast, on Saturday.
Seamus Conlon, 70, died after being struck by a car on the Whiterock Road in West Belfast yesterday after attending a funeral.
Emergency services were called at around midday after the incident outside Belfast City Cemetery, Whiterock Road, Belfast.
A number of DeWalt electrical tools worth thousands of pounds were stolen as well as a Whiterock mountain bike with a black frame and green decals.
PARSIPPANY, N.J: Diaceutics has raised $5 million in new mezzanine financing from two partners, WhiteRock Capital Partners* and Silicon Valley Bank.
He has been left with potentially life-changing injuries after the "brutal and callous" assault in the Whiterock Drive area of the city.
WhiteRock Pigments is breathing new life into the community of Hawesville, said Gov.
UK-based investment firm Braveheart has sold its 33.3% interest in WhiteRock to WhiteRock Finance Ltd., the firm said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 13, 2016-Braveheart Sells Stake in WhiteRock Capital Partners to Management
Other heat winners were Whiterock (27.96sec), Caseys Wonder (28.14sec), Popular Ronnoco (28.22sec), Droopys Dave (28.36sec) and Gotoon Mandy (28.38sec).
TOMMY'S TIPS DONCASTER 7.46 - Jims Reason; 8.02 - Mill Bullseye; 8.18 - Avondale Seamus; 8.34 - Calzaghe Lily; 8.50 - Calzaghe Jack; 9.06 - Pond Mozart; 9.22 - Craster Kipper; 9.38 - Fear Emoski; 9.54 - Whiterock.
We also conducted the first significant exploration of Whiterock Cave, which had originally been discovered in 2003 by two British explorers--Matt Kirby and Richard Chambers--who had spent most of their stay in the jungle close to the limestone escarpment hunting for a cave known as Blackrock.