common seal


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Synonyms for common seal

small spotted seal of coastal waters of the northern hemisphere

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In the case of a member which is a company, the revocation notice must be executed under its common seal or signed on its behalf by an officer of the Company or an attorney for the Company.
As well as the prestigious honour being bestowed upon them at a civic reception, three Illuminated Minutes under the Common Seal of the Council were presented for display at the Town Hall, by the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers at their barracks and the Tower of London.
This tiny common seal pup, pictured below, came into the world at Greatham Creek on the opening day of this year's RSPB Date with Nature project.
But Simon gets under the water and captures remarkable footage of the rich underwater life - the common seal, starfish, dead men's fingers and moon jellyfish.
Expert Jane Delany, a lecturer in the school of marine science and technology at Newcastle University, said: "The grey or common seal are found on the beaches in the North East all of the time, they are not unusual.
In fact, common seal Patches has become so fond of his human buddies, he refuses to go back to the wild.
50 Years Ago The Droitwich Rural Council for nearly 20 years has been using on its documents a common seal, now been found to be illegal.
As well as being granted Freedom of the District, three Illuminated Minutes under the Common Seal of the Council will be presented for display at the Town Hall, by the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers at their barracks and the Tower of London.
Agency : Nanyang Township ShaXian > Unsuccessful tenderers who has objections in writing prior to the expiration of publicity (bidders common seal signed by the legal representative) to bidding management supervision department.
By 1960 the grey seal had returned, followed by the rarer common seal in the 1980s, and today around 100 seals can be found lounging on the sandbanks.
Bosses at an RSPCA wildlife centre said large numbers of sick common seal pups had been found in the past four months.
You never know when a Whimbrel, a Red-throated Diver, Golden Plover, Common Seal or Otter may put in an unscheduled appearance.
The P-2500 can also use common seal flush plans for increased seal reliability such as the seal plan 11 with improved circulation around the process seal, and seal plan 13 with a return line through the gearbox to cool lubrication oil.
Efforts to improve water quality in the Tyne have been so successful that the men who erected the Gateshead Millennium Bridge were very pleasantly surprised to find they were doing so in the company of a common seal.
ONE in 10 of Scotland's common seal population could be wiped out by a flu-type virus, executive officials have warned.