Three BD samples were collected from each area (delve
line and between delve
line) for each depth.
made his Wales Test debut against Scotland in the Six Nations 10 years ago and his last in an international came against Italy in 2010.
was identified on CCTV from a pizza shop behind the surgery, said prosecutor Paul Rooney.
can automatically move "graymail" from your Outlook inbox to a clutter box (not junk mail, but less important email such as that newsletter you signed up for but seldom read).
I am lucky to have played in some great places, and I've travelled the world, but this opportunity to play in Wales was too good to say no to," Delve
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, 30, was one of a number of Rebels players to take their final bow in an incredible comeback victory over Kiwi franchise the Highlanders.
It's an interesting one and a massive opportunity for me, with so many people watching," said Delve
Fiona Dye, from BBC Learning, said: "This is a brilliant opportunity to learn about Coventry's rich history and allow people to delve
into their own ancestry.
He has never previously played in a World Cup - shoulder and knee problems during an injury-hit career wrecked his hopes in 2003 and 2007 - yet Delve
has arguably found the form of his life heading towards Wales' opening warm-up clash against England on Saturday.
The intent is to delve
into the foundations of modern day China's system of education.
There are actually so many different ways to delve
into Thomas Gibbons' ``Permanent Collection'' that it's tricky to find the ideal entry point.
When he started his influential career over half a century ago, understanding the oeuvres of the still active Frank Lloyd Wright, Gropius and Le Corbusier had an urgency that compelled him to delve
into the very origins of Modernism.
Black Silk effectively pushes the sexual envelope with stories that delve
far deeper than the usual lust-lite treatments.
Locketz also recommends reading the fine print on applications, particularly the waiver agreement that gives a prospective employer permission to delve
into your background.