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mortlake

[′mȯrt‚lāk]
(hydrology)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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We then crossed to a place where the road turns towards Mortlake. Here there stood a white house within a walled garden, and in the pantry of this domicile we found a store of food--two loaves of bread in a pan, an uncooked steak, and the half of a ham.
And you threw me over because you saw, or said you saw, poor old Lord Mortlake trying to have a violent flirtation with me in the conservatory at Tenby.
[Shrugging her shoulders.] Poor old Lord Mortlake, who had only two topics of conversation, his gout and his wife!
The teams are expected to be greeted by large crowds on the banks of the Thames, as they navigate a four mile course which runs from Putney to Mortlake.
The Mortlake Tapestry - named after its place of manufacture in south London - is being cleaned and brought back to life by a team of conservators following generous support from both The Leche Trust and The Drapers' Charitable Fund.
Today represents his final chance to taste success on the four-and-aquarter-mile course along the Thames between Putney and Mortlake. "It's been a year of hard work, ups and downs, moments of doubt," said Ramambason (above, right).
Today therefore represents Ramambason's final chance to taste success on the four-and-a-quartermile course along the Thames between Putney and Mortlake in London.
Chris Mortlake cracked home a couple of goals while Cory Hyde, Brad Williams and Dan Price applied further goals after Bridgnorth had pulled it back to 2-1 courtesy of a Max Harris own goal.
Both women, from Barnes, south-west London, raised cash for brain research at their CychoCycle gym in Mortlake.
With what sporting event do you associate Putney and Mortlake? 10.