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stew

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1. a fishpond or fishtank
2. an artificial oyster bed
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We are bare bones moment managed "We are down to the bare bones at the moment but I've managed to fill the gaps so while it's going to be a hard task to retain our title I'm still hopeful that the squad can still get among the Stewy medals,'' said Bell, a regular in the NE team for many years.
Stewy said: "I've been seeing Barry for just over 20 years stood on the same bridge.
I have to say that I would have loved to have played alongside Stewy at some time in my career - but it was never destined to happen.
I don't think there is a much better deliverer of the ball than Stewy around.
Last year Ash and Stewy showed how to do it brilliantly.
I hope Boro can keep Stewy, like United did with Giggs," said Queudrue, who scored his fourth of the season on Saturday.
Woody) and Stewy Downing, being local lads themselves, would always encourage us to get on the ball in training, always trying to motivate us.
Stewy Bell, who has been a stalwart over the years when competing for Chester-le-Street, is now an integral member of Blackhill and he has been a driving force since linking up with his home-town club.
Half Way House ran amok beating New Ferry Rangers 9-1 thanks to a sparkling six-goal salvo from man of the match Stewy Hardman, and Kenny Mahon grabbed a treble.
Any striker needs good service and Stewy and Ash give you probably the best in the division.
He's a bit bigger than Danny and Stewy may be more skilled but I'm looking forward to him bringing that kind of energy.
Fortunately, we've got Gabby, Stewy, Marc and Ash who are all willing to track back and help the defenders.