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parrel, chimney breast

A chimneypiece or the ornaments of a chimneypiece collectively.
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Highlighting the potential danger of communist expansion, Parrel insisted that the threat was global and not one only targeting Christians.
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Demand will average 85.1 million parrels per day (mbpd) in 2010 after falling sharply in 2009, Opec said.