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parr

a salmon up to two years of age, with dark spots and transverse bands

Parr

Catherine. 1512--48, sixth wife of Henry VIII of England
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The album is an honest and raw recording of Parr reflecting on himself and his career up to this point.
The second body of work, Think of Scotland, has seen Parr visit locations across the country, from Ayrshire to Aberdeenshire, and Orkney to the Western Isles.
Parr was jailed for eight months and banned from driving for 28 months.
Parr's defence team claimed the ex-soap star had panicked behind the wheel when he saw the blue lights of the police car behind him.
Parr headed back to the Wheatsheaf and CCTV cameras captured Mr Keeley going outside to speak with Parr, only to "step back sharply".
By day (and plenty of nights) Parr works at the second-largest private equity firm in the world.
Charles Parr, born in Wisconsin in 1868, loved to tinker with his father's farm machinery and worked at Eclipse Wind Engine Co., Beloit, Wisconsin, before he too went to the University of Wisconsin, in 1893.
Parr, who had been the main organiser at the highly-successful Quayside 5k Road Race prior to the event, set off for Sweden the following day after receiving a call to help out at the Gothenburg Folksam Grand Prix.
Parr then sent his mother-in-law 29 WhatsApp messages and the content of these caused her further upset.
In the warm conditions Parr had run his heart out after taking the lead midway through the 5.7-mile contest but, with the finish line in sight, he began tying up dramatically leaving Beattie, and also Morpeth's Carl Avery, to overhaul the distressed Parr.
Parr was born on July 1, 1924 in Portsmouth, Virginia, the son of a U.S.
After Miss Parr said she had kissed another man, Dawe, 23, kicked her in the head before going downstairs to the kitchen and grabbing a knife.