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merrow

Irish mermaid; her appearance signifies coming storms. [Irish Folklore: Briggs, 290–294]
See: Omen
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They were hard at work there far into the night, and the towering pillar of dense green smoke that rose therefrom could be seen from the hills about Merrow, and even, it is said, from Banstead and Epsom Downs.
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Ten-year-old pupils from Bushy Hill school in Merrow, near Guildford, were out on the course in all conditions as part of the Racing To School initiative, which provides education through fun, practical methods.
The Merrow Hotel and Spa will be on the coastline in Portstewart and more than 100 jobs could be created at the complex on completion.
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To celebrate the anniversary, some of the original cast of the cult TV show made an appearance in Portmeirion, including Peter Wyngarde, Jane Merrow and Fenella Fielding.
Mary Levy and John Merrow, longtime Rhee opponents whose arguments align closely with those of the nation's teachers' unions, have made my point for me.
When compared to a 6-thread flatlock seam with identical thread, fabric, and SPI, Merrow ActiveSeam 2 & 3-thread seams proved to be more than 30% stronger and had the ability to stretch (linear travel) 100% further.
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Packed with adroitly selected physical details and stirring, folklore-inspired nested narratives, Ananda Braxton-Smith's Merrow follows Neen on her journey of discovery and self-realization.