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These large mulls, sometimes mounted on wheels, contained very large quantities of snuff and were often used by fraternal organisations or regimental messes.
Contractor address : Baliscate Industrial Estate, Tobermory, Isle Of Mull,
Sergeant Archie McGuire, who is leading the inquiry into the smash on the Scottish isle, said: "For the spectators and participants of the annual Mull Rally, this has been a desperately saddening event.
An administration official told the daily Politico that Mull, who joined the Foreign Service in 1982, is the State Department pick, though the choice is not yet official.
Ah, the Mull of Kintyre - oh mist rolling in from the sea, my desire is always to be here, Oh Mull of Kintyre.
With an interest in tracing the interaction between autonomous art and everyday culture in social networks, Mull befriended Chebo, Pearl, and an online group of self-styled tastemakers--kids who see no contradiction between the words brand and identity--and recorded their activities within various set-up situations in his studio.
I'm getting tired, Of my place on the Mull of Kintyre, You were hired, And thought you would stay here, But now you are fired
The well-known humus forms sequence mull [right arrow] moder [right arrow] mor was used as the basis of the characterization of the HC types of mineral soils by their formation nature.
Mull is the most easily accessible of the Inner Hebridean islands, and home to the pastel-coloured town that inspired the children's TV series.
From Oban, on the mainland, where many visitors arrive on their way to the Mull and Iona, the seaward view is dominated by the rocky peaks and green slopes of the mountains.
Mull is perhaps the most easily accessible of the Inner Hebridean islands with regular Caledonian MacBrayne ferries sailing from Oban.
When David and Donna Mull arrived in Afghanistan in 2010 on a one-year mission to help expand the wartorn nation's fledgling soybean industry, most farmers were threshing their soybeans by laying the crop on rocks and beating it with sticks, then transporting it 30 miles or more by donkey.