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weal

1
a raised mark on the surface of the body produced by a blow

weal

2
Obsolete the state
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Neil Clapperton, who is behind the project, said: "We think it's possible that the north-east of Scotland has the biggest potential of all the new, emerging cider regions in the world, so this is a launch party too, for shire and city ciders and Common Weal Cider social enterprise, turning waste into pleasure."
Almost every proposal by Common Weal, most of which are interventionist in principle, would cost A-money to deliver.
>Sally." Ms Lavender often drank at Wellers in Newcastle under Lyme, a micropub owned by Weal Ales, and the owners Paul and Andrea Wealleans decided to commemorate her life by brewing a special beer called Sally's Strawberry Stout
It is the democratic attitude reflected in the weal and welfare of the people.
Think tank Common Weal has suggested that an independent Scotland should have its own central bank, which would create hundreds of jobs and pay for itself within a few years.
Common Weal put forward a six-point plan to reinvigorate the SNP Government, including scrapping their proposal to cut air passenger duty and reinvesting the cash in childcare.
Amid global turmoil, government will continue its focus on public investment to drive the economic growth amid weal global economic outlook.
I mean, how often will you see (Jimmy) Bonneau out there against (Jordan) Weal?''
Charlotte Todd, Jason Weal and Vivienne Lau will tell delegates at the Conference and Hospitality Show at Elland Road, Leeds, about their experiences running EM-VA, a student enterprise affiliated to the university which allows students to work with a range of organisations to stage different events.
Translator John Weal crafted an Afterword, "chronicling the Gruppe's activities during the remainder of the war and describing what later befell some of the personalities [Mahlke's] narrative brings so vividly to life."
The Common Weal blueprint for Scotland produced by the Foundation named after Jimmy Reid has been shaped by those words and is a fitting tribute to the man.
THE premature death of Swedish pianist Esbjorn Svensson left a deep weal in the musical and personal lives of the bandmates in his trio.