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harling

Same as rough cast.

rock dash

An exterior stucco finish containing crushed rock, large pebbles, or shells that are imbedded in a stucco base; also called pebble dash or slap dash.
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His phone was shown to be in East Harling on the day of the killing.
Harling, a 40-year-old producer who most recently executive produced the 2016 film "Sugar Mountain," has not released a statement about his alleged role.
And the first to face the challenge is the Harling family from Manchester.
Harling, of Major Street, Manselton, pleaded guilty to three counts of theft when he appeared at Swansea Magistrates Court.
That miss was Rhyl's only clear chance, and it proved costly when seven minutes from time Harling slotted into the bottom corner.
Sculptor, William Harling, left, with Anthony Wharton,of Skelton Castle and the sculpture of Frank Wild
Referencing inaccuracies in previous media reports surrounding Harry's death, the Harling family said through this statement they "hope to offer clarity on certain points".
Simon Harling, a strength and conditioning coach who trains Welsh golf and squash professionals at his Elite Fitness centre, said: "We are keen to promote local youngsters in their efforts to improve their performance in their chosen sport.
A rugby tournament in tribute to 15-year-old schoolboy Harry Harling, who was found dead in Dubai's Motor City last year, will be held on Friday.
It's a marvelous example of how deftly Harling can shift from somber to hilarious in the bat of an eye.
The Steelmen worked the ball out of defence for Lewis Harling to feed Brooks and his shot from the left hand side of the area flew in off the chest of defender Paul Fowler.
Proceeding through 13 regions of the trunk and thorax, this work by Kanani (congenital cardiac surgery, Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh) and Harling (surgery and cancer, Imperial College, London) is designed to help a student prepare for the Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) examination.

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