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teagle

A hoist.
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CRAIG Gardner today pledged to take heed of the impassioned plea by Blues' super fan Bob Teagle.
Mrs Teagle, 30, said, 'Men don't have the same patience women have.
GUILSFIELD: Teagle, Watkins, L Williams, S Pritchard, Gamble, Bishop, M Evans, G Lewis, D Foster, Cockram, Bocking.
pounds 480 Teagle Topper, pounds 480 Marshall 70 manure spreader, pounds 480 Lely mounted mower,
Guilsfield boss Ray Jones has no qualms in throwing Teagle into the action, adding: "He's a confident lad and it's a great chance for him."
The peak took place in early December when three babies were all born within the space of just three days, while the last tiny tot arrived just three weeks ago when Nbila Teagle gave birth to son Adam on January 3.
A motion will come before the assembly on April 22 calling on their general secretary Jeff Teagle [corr] to write to the Government to "end this injustice" by granting pardons.
FIGHTING ON: Clockwise from top left - Sue Day, Marlene Cheshire, Barbara Powell, Jean Wade, Sylvia Teagle and Carol Bowden
Teagle, deputy state courts administrator, Elizabeth Tarbert, ethics counsel for The Florida Bar, and Fifth Circuit Judge Raymond T.
DIE HARDS...Blues fans in Westendorf, Austria, for the game, including Martin Smallwood, Ray Guest and Robert Teagle (left) and Christopher Williams, Lindsey Williams, Connor Cameron, Johnny Rafter and Alan Jarvis.
Sarah Teagle, from WNO's MAX department, said: "Shake and Shout places together a mix of children who have never met each other or worked together.