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a shallow salt lake in south central Australia about 35 feet below sea level

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Peter Eyre, 44, and sons Anthony, 22, and Simon, 24, were convicted at Nottingham Crown Court on Thursday of setting a fire in a botched revenge attack in Langley Mill, Derbyshire.
Among other minor topics, Eyres discusses Horace in relation to wine, Eton College, and the change he underwent in his literary approach to classical texts while attending Cambridge.
Richard Eyre, Linda Eyre, and Clayton Christensen (contributor); THE TURNING; Familius (Nonfiction: Family & Relationships) 18.
According to the company, Richardson Eyres will add NaviCloud to its catalogue of enterprise focused IT solutions, enabling the company to increase its customer offering.
In 1865 Edward John Eyre, the Governor of Jamaica, in the course of suppressing a revolt, caused a leading activist to be tried and executed under martial law Over the next three years, a group of leading politicians and thinkers in England attempted to have Eyre prosecuted for murder.
Former Chelsea and Readingman Francis, making his 300th league appearance, was equal to winger Eyres, diving to his right to smother.
Mrs Eyres said: "The lowmilk price was the driving factor.
Attending a local Agrisg'p group at Chirk gave Rena Eyres the extra confidence and motivation to press ahead with the cheese business.
Mr Eyres said he was "knackered" and asked if they were going to find a room for the night before he fell asleep at the wheel and crashed on the M1.
During an illustrious professional career in the North West, Eyres has also graced the colours of Blackpool, Burnley and Preston - not bad for a player who at the age of 25 was working in the Ford car plant at Halewood and playing part-time for Welsh outfit Rhyl.
Neil Kilkenny drilled a free kick from halfway to Eyres, whose sweet first-time cutback teed up Vernon to sidefoot home.
David Eyres, in joint command with John Sheridan following Dowie's resignation, had brought himself back into the Oldham starting line-up.
SCOUSER David Eyres, Oldham Athletic's top scorer on 14 goals, is aiming to be back in their line-up for tomorrow's Second Division clash at Boundary Park.
Neither the Eyres nor the Pepyses were locked into marriages predetermined by a monolithic social structure, or uniformly lacking in companionship.