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enveloped in fog

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We meet the keeper of a New England cemetery forced to identify errant corpses after Hurricane Irene ("For some people, all we'll find is bones and pieces"), see Charles and his new princess, Diana, attempting to visit a fogbound Newfoundland.
WHERE DID IT ALL GO WRONG: Scott McDonald scores at a fogbound Huddersfield (above) but Boro missed the chance to take all three points; Kieron Dyer (far right) arrived with a reputation of being injuryprone while Jonathan Woodgate (right) seemed to regain his place as soon as he was fit
I was 15 then, my head filled with romantic fantasies, some fuelled by the mystic spirit of Anglesey, the thinly populated island off the fogbound northern coast of Wales where I was born and raised; some by the dilapidated cinema I visited each Saturday afternoon in the underwhelming coastal town of Holyhead, a threepenny bus ride away, where the boats took off across the Irish Sea for Dublin and the Irish passengers seemed never short of a drink.
The unlucky Teessiders suffered a bruising 3-1 home reverse to basement side Bristol City at a fogbound Riverside Stadium on Saturday.
From there on the stranded foursome continued in the same jocular vein which saw them endure being fogbound, menaced by wildlife, cut off from the world, trying their hand at French cricket and arguing over an emergency sausage, all while failing miserably to maintain their middle class dignity.
The driver of a lorry which crashed into the rear of a packed stationary coach on a fogbound stretch of Midlands motorway has died, the police revealed yesterday.
Though few people saw the15-rated, fogbound thriller with Hellraiser-style special effects, it's a teenage option for further study about an alien world of mud, water, bombs and bullets.
But for being fogbound with his jockey Noel Fehily at Bristol airport he would have been here to celebrate it, and they could hardly have wished for a better substitute than Paul Carberry.
Finally, a trial court might increase the likelihood of an affirmance when dealing in a fogbound area of law by allowing evidence and argument into the record on alternative bases, and by making alternate findings and holdings.
The eight-year-old, who was last seen on Newbury's fogbound card in December, still held the lead when unseating his rider at the final fence, and looks capable of gaining compensation.
We had plenty of fuel but were unable to land anywhere - both Liverpool and Manchester airports were fogbound.
The first week's winning photo was a picture of a girl in a swimsuit jumping in the air with happiness on a fogbound beach.
Hinckley's hopes of regaining lost ground in the National Three Midlands table were dashed by a 20-10 reverse at fogbound Peterborough.
But the party got fogbound in Cork and only one managed to make it to the Scottish village.
Such intensely chromatic works are countered by murky sequencings of fogbound abstract rectangles--an echo of Rothko--as seen, for example, in the quadriptych Returned, Canada Series, 1975.