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a steep-walled semicircular basin in a mountain

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Corries was the club Holtam played for in his junior days, while Whitchurch was where he grew up and where he also went to school.
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON, October 11, 2012 (WAFA) -- American peace activist Rachel Corrie, who was crushed to death by an Israeli bulldozer in the Gaza Strip in 2003, was awarded on Tuesday the 2012 LennonOno Grant for Peace, according to a press release by the Rachel Corrie Foundation.
The writers eventually got in touch with the Corries and added material from Rachel's extensive and articulate journals.
The Corries, unwittingly drawn into Mideast affairs by their daughter's death, are seeking a symbolic $1 in damages plus trial costs and travel expenses for themselves and witnesses, which they have estimated at $100,000.
The driver of the bulldozer that crushed Rachel Corrie to death will testify in court on Thursday, while the military commander in charge of the unit on the day will give evidence at a future date.
However, when the Corries missed a penalty, their heads dropped and the floodgates opened - with Richard Ryan smashing four quickfire goals.
In Paolo Nutini Takes On America, he admits: "I loved The Corries for a while.
Mattie, who also had a spell with Cardiff City, was killed in a road accident on the way home from a Barry match in 1996, but those who played alongside him for his old junior club, the Corries, have been playing Whitchurch, once their fiercest rivals, on an annual basis for the last four years as a way to remember him.
HAIFA, March 30, 2011 (WAFA) -- After a five month recess, Haifa district court will resume its hearings of the civil suit filed by Rachel Corrie's parents for her murder next Sunday, according to a press release published Wednesday by Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice.
The army driver of the bulldozer that crushed 23-year-old Rachel Corrie to death testified in court on Thursday, but her parents were denied a chance to confront him face-to-face.
Translations of trial testimonies provided by the Corries suggest that a commander told the military investigator not to question bulldozer operators and that the driver didn't have clear instructions on dealing with civilians.
Aa This week's hearing is the outcome of a private lawsuit filed by the Corries in March 2005, at the suggestion of the US state department.
ABERCARN lost top spot in the Wales Veterans Over-40 East group when they went down by a single goal to Cardiff Corries.
LEE Bridgeman and Rob Franklin have joined the management team at MacWhirter Welsh Football League Cardiff Corries.
Cardiff Corries hit back from two goals down at half-time to earn a draw at Pontardawe Town.