A Loughborough College spokesperson regarding Leah Reek
said: "Loughborough College has been devastated by the announcement that Leah Reek
, a student with us, has been named as missing following the tragic events surrounding the building collapse in Leicester on Sunday.
The statement read: "It is with great sadness to hear that Leah Reek
is one of those missing following the incident.
Sunday or Garland Sunday pilgrimage of the Mayo peak has been an annual event for more than 1,500 years.
Online marketing is both an established industry and a new frontier," added Reek
It may look like a reek
, walk like a reek
, and very likely reek
like a reek
, but what must be printed here is wreak.
Emmett Daly, Emmie Reek
and Nigel Connell were battling it out for Team Una.
While many of the trash mounds in Beirut had been collected by Tuesday afternoon, the You Reek
campaign insists that the government's stop-gap solutions are insufficient.
For the attention of: Helen Reek
Transport Solutions Manager
While most people hanker after the new car smell, the reality is that the vast majority of the 27 million cars on the road are more likely to reek
of fish, vomit and stale milk - made even worse with the hot weather bringing out the worst in any decomposing food lurking under the driver's seat.
Office workers who reek
of cigarette smoke are putting their reputation and career chances at risk, research claims.
They also couldn't be further from the domains we encounter in Ahtila's cinematic videos--real houses that reek
of the past and echo the troubled personas of their occupants.
Their aroma could hardly be worse than the reek
that remains after such expression decays in neglect or deceit.
There was also joy for Brazilian-born drag queen Emmie Reek
, 27, after all four coaches turned.
The appointment would reek
of cronyism, arrogance and disdain.
And all the while, on the sound track, songs like "Everybody Dance" and "Don't Leave Me This Way" reek
of hormones and sweat.