tucket


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(music) a short lively tune played on brass instruments

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Survivors include two daughters, Janet Kudszus of Salem and Joan Kovarik of Dexter; a son, Larry of Cali, Colombia; a brother, William of Creswell; a sister, Jean Tucket of Creswell; and four grandchildren.
Tucket senala en confrontacion con Todt que no se trata de que la comida de Jesus con publicanos y pecadores, sea un acto de suprema autoridad.
The Life and Times of Tucket Pitts 1957-1963" is a story that is sure to educate readers on the history of rock.
The rifle with which he shot himself sold for [pounds sterling]1-10-0 and his old horse fetched a further [pounds sterling]1 and was butchered for dog tucket.
Hoffman DJ, Sawaya AL, Verreschi I, Tucket KL and SB Roberts Why are nutritionally stunted children at risk of obesity?
Cape Wind: Money, Celebrity, Class, Politics and the Battle for Our Energy Future on Nan tucket Sound (PublicAffairs, $26.
Dan Tucket won the big nursery at Newmarket on Saturday and now Tuanku has won today," said Tim Corby, Box 41's racing manager.
EYECATCHER OF THE DAY: Dan Tucket eventually finished unplaced in the six-furlong novice event at Newcastle but should be followed closely in the future.
Nancy Tucket, an 11-metre vessel, sent off a distress signal after its engines failed 1.
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It's Stravinsky's famous music brought to life with a new telling of the tale by choreographer Will Tucket, of the Royal Ballet.
A DUTY OF CARE: Major Bond,right , withLt Bill Tucket looking after seven-year- old burns victim Heba, and,below , the field hospital
Shakespeare, for example, in Henry V (Act 4, scene 2) was able to have the Constable of France announce `Then let the trumpets sound the tucket sonance and the note to mount' because English trumpeters were following the Continental practice of playing an attention-calling `tocata'--the `tucket Sonance'-before sounding the trumpet signal `Mont' a Cavallo'--the `note to mount'.
Rink six produced defeat for the hosts' Doug Bott, Jean Miller, Janet Tricklebank and Mo Tucket by 17-11 against B Jeffrey, and Colin Rimmington, Audrey Rimmington, Val Fitzhenry and Eric Bott got stuck on 13 and lost 21-13.
And on Saturday he registered a notable treble, when home-bred filly Sense Of Joy took the Group 3 Prestige Stakes at Goodwood, 20,000gns Newmarket buy Dan Tucket landed the valuable nursery at Newmarket, and Manipura, bought for EUR55,000 at the BBAG yearling sale, ran away with the race for graduates of that auction by seven lengths at Baden-Baden.