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Cytisetalia scopario-striati Rivas-Martinez 1974 Western and Central Mediterranean thermoto supramediterranean and submediterranean broomy cytisoid scrub
Worcester Crown Court heard yesterday how divorced Mr Jones, aged 38, was the driver in the window cleaning partnership, as Gomez, of Broomy Close, Stourport, was disqualified.
123 3 Which Gold Cup-winning jockey won the Kim Muir on Good Prospect in 1980 and Broomy Bank in 1984?
Mr P Matthews, works to tree(s) (conservation |area), Wells Green Farm Cottage, Wells Green, Broomy Lea Lane, Netherthong.
Arriva service 13 will divert via Broomy Hill Road to Leazes Parkway.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on 23 March 2015 the Council of the City of Newcastle upon Tyne made an Order under Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to prohibit all vehicles from proceeding on - (a) Broomy Hill Road - between Newburn Road and Mount Pleasant Court; and (b) Hallow Drive - between Hewley Crescent West and The Willows.
Police last night said the dead man was Robert Jones, a 38-year-old single man, who lived in Broomy Close, Stourport-on-Severn.
KIRKLEES Council has received the following planning applications: Mr P Matthews, works to |trees (conservation area), Wells Green Farm Cottage, Wells Green, Broomy Lea Lane, Netherthong.
50 Grange House, Salmonswell & Broomy Hill (x2) PS96 Aydonshields & Nilston Rigg, PS95 Tedcastle & West Morralee (JAB) 247.
PETER SCUDAMORE 1981 Cheers (12th), 1982 Tragus (sixth), 1983 Fortinas Express (PU 26th), 1984 Burnt Oak (PU 23rd), 1985 Corbiere (third), 1986 Broomy Bank (sixth), 1987 Plundering (16th), 1988 Strands of Gold (fell 22nd), 1989 Bonanza Boy (eighth), 1990 Bonanza Boy (16th), 1991 Bonanza Boy (fifth), 1992 Docklands Express (fourth).
A little later she rang to say that Tim Forster used to train a pigeon-toed horse called Baulking Green and John Edwards had a pigeon-toed Festival winner by the name of Broomy Bank.
Texel x - PS200 & PS190 Middle Farm, PS180 (x2) White House Eastgate, PS174 White House Eastgate & Haggate Suffolk x - PS166 & PS160 Brinkburnhope Continental x - PS178 & PS170 Rosehill Mule - PS176 The Shield, PS164 Haggate, PS160, PS158 & PS156 Rosehill Feeding Ewes: Texel x - PS88 Rennys Barn & Kellah, PS86 Mickley Moor, PS80 Broomy Hill Suffolk x - PS80 East Fourstones, PS74 High Fotherley Mule - PS74 Kellah, PS67 Broomy Hill, PS64 Mickley Moor & Kellah, PS63 The Hott & East Fourstones Blackface - PS60 Kellah Store Hoggs: Texel x - PS91.