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Purvey said: "It is a very sophisticated piece of machinery and we did experience a few teething troubles, common in small companies like ours with no resident engineer, however, we are getting used to it and can now happily turn out 10,000 bags per day.
Paul Smith put the visitors 1-0 up before Purvey equalised and Ryan Allmark put the Swifts 2-1 up.
Simon Meads set up Allmark to make it 3-2 only for Alveston to level again before Purvey finally put the points Bolehall's way.
Did the editors want to purvey an image of Hilton as a veteran hooker sans heart of gold?
ATHERSTONE UNITED wait on the fitness of left-sided midfielder Ian Purvey as they go to old rivals Redditch United on the back of a six-match Western Division losing run.
The Adders will be boosted with the returns of Pete Barry, Scott Blair, Andy Marlowe and Ian Purvey today for the trip to Taunton Town.
And frontman Stuart Purvey insists Cole's solo success away from Girls Aloud is all down to her appearances on primetime TV as an X Factor judge.
Ian Purvey put Bolehall one up at the break and Andy Price then put a second goal past Pershore's Paul Workman.
A parable is an illustration to purvey a greater truth,'' said the Rev.
Adders, who lost out 3-1 at Weston-Super-Mare on Tuesday night after being forced to play several of the youth team due to absentees through injury and unavailability, welcome back Pete Barry, Ian Purvey and Arne Griffiths from injury.
Ian Purvey netted twice to hand Atherstone United their first win in eight outings and leave Racing Club Warwick deeper in relegation trouble.
The kind of news required to keep the press's side of this bargain is not the kind they purvey when they let polls, focus groups, and advertiser pressure determine content.