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a mound of stones piled up as a memorial or to mark a boundary or path

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small rough-haired breed of terrier from Scotland

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From The Loved Ones (Sean Byrne, 2009) and 100 Bloody Acres (The Cairnes brothers, 2012), to These Final Hours (Zak Hilditch, 2013), The Babadook (Jennifer Kent, 2014) and Killing Ground (Damien Power, 2016), Australian audiences have consistently disregarded the best that we have to offer in the genre realm.
Cairnes was the senior member of the set and was pre-occupied with excluding those whom he perceived as second-rate political economists, such as his undergraduate contemporaries from Trinity College, Dublin (TCD), William Hearn and T.
A gory and funny rift on the trusty standby of city kids being menaced by rural types, "100 Bloody Acres" reps a promising feature debut for Aussie brothers Colin and Cameron Cairnes.
The cake, designed by Fiona Cairnes, comes in a presentation tin commissioned and designed by Peter Windett and Sally Mangum, the Daily Mail reported.
Cairnes looked at the gold discoveries in Australia and California in the 1850s and traced out the effects of the gold discoveries on world prices.
Delivery driver Stuart Cairnes, 43, attacked the girl, aged nine, at his home and at a caravan close to his work.
Three Albemarle educators--gifted resource teacher Paula White and Curriculum and Technology Integration Partners Ray Cairnes and Melanie Dusci--founded the iPod Professional Development Group in 2004-2005 to explore various uses for iPods in schools.
In Under-13A, Cairnes and Kemp each netted two goals in Ernesford Dynamos' 5-0 defeat of Southam United and Krummins achieved a similar feat as Athletic United fought out a 3-3 draw at Kenilworth Wardens, for whom Lamond also poached a double.
When Welshman Tom Cairnes landed a high-flying job in New York, he never imagined he'd go from riches to rags.
Thanks to the hard work and dedication of members like Priscilla Strader and Nicki Geigert, 2002 Conference Co-Chairs: Vincent Fazzalare, the 2002 Conference Program Chair; and Patricia Monkres and Susan Cairnes, ACEI Headquarters Conference Coordinators, this year's Annual Conference was an important center for international exchange.
Cairnes, by demonstrating more concern for the Russell-Gladstone ministry's precarious hold on power than doing justice to the liberal dream of universal, non-denominational education in Ireland.
Something similar might not be all that far away, allowing that Robin Cairnes has recently been appointed managing director of the bunny's latest betting incarnation, Playboy Internet Gaming, which operates as playboy.
Cairnes and Albert the Good had lived to glimpse the crowded channel steamers .
Other sound-a-like hopefuls include Tracey Shield as Celine Dion, Ivan Mornington as Spandau Ballet frontman Tony Hadley, engineering assistant Jeff Greenhalgh as Paul McCartney, Matthew Shaw as Meatloaf, Nicola Kirsh as Maria Callas, machine operator Audrey O'Connor as Gladys Knight and Robert Cairnes from Birmingham as T-Rex's lively singer Marc Bolan.