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large swift fly the female of which sucks blood of various animals

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RORY CLEGG went from villain to hero as Quins extended their lead at the top of the Aviva Premiership with a dramatic victory at Sandy Park.
Mr Clegg has made the NHS legislation the first test of his promise to deliver a "louder Lib Dem voice" in the coalition Government.
Much of the attention Mr Clegg has attracted in his first 12 months has not been helpful to his party.
Clegg, of Trinity, Cambridge Square, Middlesbrough, also pleaded guilty to three charges of fraud between September 1, 2007, and April 30, 2008, where he claimed to be a qualified barrister and was able to represent clients before the county court.
Clegg quit as leader after his party was routed in the general election, losing 48 out of 56 MPs.
Mr Clegg "felt every single loss" said Mr Farron who decided it was better he stayed on as it "could end up in a bloodbath".
Mr Clegg had a big majority of 15,000 over the Conservatives at the 2010 general election in Sheffield Hallam, with Labour a further 4,000 back in third place.
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She also accused Mr Clegg of setting easy targets on waits that the NHS already meets.
The project has seen the extension and alteration of an existing factory in Cambuslang, Glasgow and continues Clegg Food Projects' portfolio of work for 2 Sisters Food Group over the last 3-4 years.
Mr Clegg needs to jettison as fast as possible every unfair and unpopular policy he has spent four years backing.
Clegg pulled the knife on the victims, who suffer from mental health and learning difficulties, in Newsham Park.
MARSH Lib's Tony Clegg has retained his Veterans Individual Handicap snooker title defeating Denis Lomax by 2-1.
NICK CLEGG, who has apologised for breaking his pledge to vote against a hike in tuition fees for students, is 8-13 with Hills to lead his Liberal Democrat party into the next general election, writes Adrian Humphries.
NICK Clegg MP, the Leader of the Liberal Democrats, has put forward the suggestion of a 'time-limited wealth tax' on those who can afford to pay such tax.