burry


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Synonyms for burry

having or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc.

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A minute's silence was observed by Burry Port RFC and Burry Port Football Club on Saturday, following news of Mr McKibbin's death on Friday.
30pm Fishguard Harbour to Cardiff passenger train while passing through Pembrey and Burry Port station non-stop struck a person.
Burry Port play in Division Three West A, while Ystrad lie second in Division Three West Central.
Work on Station Road is planned for 2016 whereas the Burry Port work begins in spring 2015.
He has recently completed a challenging rebuild in Burry Port and has demonstrated that parishes can grow when they are well resourced and have a clear vision for the future.
A spokesperson from Burry Foods commented on the recognition: "This is quite an honor for us.
2) A nautical theme is the inspiration for the Burry Port Maritime Carnival tomorrow in stunning Carmarthen Bay.
ON COURSE: The star's long-time friend and publicist Allen Burry said: "Michael is still visiting with Cameron.
Longtime publicist and friend Allen Burry also said that contrary to published reports, the actor has not changed his will since undergoing treatment for throat cancer, and he isn't saying goodbye to loved ones.
Burry Port Town Band, who were booked last year, said they were "musicians not politicians" and that the political row should not stop them performing at the celebrations.
Emergency services were called to the beach at Cefn Sidan, near Burry Port, west Wales, on Sunday night when the tunnel fell around him The teenager, from Wrexham, north Wales, had been on holiday with his family and friends.
Volunteers of the Royal National Lifeboat Institute at Burry Port were called after the teenager had crossed the causeway not realising the time of the tide.
Bogof hears that when the Tesco boss jetted out to the States in the summer to check the progress of its corner shop empire, he stripped off for a game of beech volleyball with Tesco's sporty US bosses--Tim Meson, John Burry and Simon Uwins.
John Nicol, 29, became the Burry Man to take part in the pagan ritual that is believed to date back 900 years.