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grindle

[′grind·əl]
(vertebrate zoology)
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However, Barnsley could not match the containment of the Huddersfield spinners and runs continued to flow off the offspin of Holling and the leg-spin of Grindle.
Golden girls (from left): Teal Grindle (Sapphire School of Gymnastics), Megan Parker (City of Birmingham), Alice Kinsella (Park Wreking), Latalia Bevan (Cardiff Central), Amelia Montague (Tolworth), Jolie Ruckley (Cardiff Central)
Keeper Chris Grindle said: "The pup is doing really well and has now started exploring its exhibit with the adults.
The comedy-horror sees Ross play kids party clown Richard "Stitches" Grindle, who comes back from the dead to wreak havoc on the kids responsible for killing him - picking them off one by one in particularly gruesome fashion.
Checklist ADDRESS: Grindle Road, Longford, Coventry.
Grindle described growing difficulties in resolving routine state notices.
Hongwu Wang and Garrett Grindle, doctoral students at the University of Pittsburgh, created the chair, which has four computers, sensors, and computer-driven arms and hands.
LEVEL 1 - Northern Racing College: Charlotte Everitt, Harriet Grindle, Joanne Hall, Rachel Kasimos, Anthony Wandless (F Murphy), Victoria Watson.
Grindle, (Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2007, 248 p.
The tax credit is part of a package of business tax reforms aimed at encouraging increased investment in R&D and innovation as well as developing improved products and processes, says Inland Revenue Business Tax Reform programme director Ron Grindle.
An air wing is composed of various squadrons that fly different kinds of aircraft," explained LCDR Mark Grindle, NSAWC Air Wing Training Officer.
Testing is becoming more and more important," said Kevin Grindle, partner at Leadership Strategies, LLC, a management consulting firm in Scottsdale, Ariz.