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- union (in spanish: unión del pueblo balear, 'balearic' dialect: unió d’es pobble baléà (sic)) is a political party on the island of minorca, spain. upb was
- the sands. paths lead north to pennard burrows, east to pobbles, and west to tor bay. pobbles and tor bay are also accessible from the beach at low tide
- english poet edward lear. lear's cat foss is mentioned, and his poems 'the pobble who has no toes' and 'uncle arly' are referenced. 'somewhere in england
- runcible cat in 'the pobble who has no toes' and simply suggested that 'runcible objects (spoons or cats) exist no more than pobbles or feline-hiboutic
- and móre o'brien, daughter of donogh o'brien of carrigogunnell, lord of pobble. he held the title of earl of desmond from 1536 until his death in 1558
- medicine and surgery, maidstone maidstone high street medway crematorium pobble house, romney marsh sandwich town tidal defences st michael's school, otford
- travellers could not follow the seasons for picking fruit such as apples (pobble), cherries (gulos), potatoes and hops, and when it became demeaning for
- in winter won the frank o'connor international short story award 2010: pobble's way won society of school librarians international honor book award 2011:
- quadrangular, circular depth of soft mud.' his heroes are quangle-wangles, pobbles, and jumblies. one of his most famous verbal inventions, the phrase 'runcible