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For unit 3 which was put down due to abnormal vibration, Tabor said this was already being cooled down as SLPGC awaits their consultant.
But when she was taken for medical treatment, she had to be put down due to the severity of her condition.
They are due to be put down next week, but former soldiers and handlers have called for the decision to be reversed.
A jackdaw had to be put down after getting stuck to a freshly-painted crossbar at Tondu RFC
The average first-time buyer deposit put down in the first six months of 2017 was PS32,899, equating to 16% of the purchase price.
First-time buyers in Northern Ireland put down the lowest deposits in cash terms on average, at PS16,457.
In an interview for German newspaper "Sachsische Zeitung", political observer and owner of "Lajm", Fejzi Hajdari said that "the dictatorship regime is never put down with elections (which are always manipulated), but with putting pressure on the streets, i.
THE fate of a Staffordshire bull terrier, due to be put down for eating part of its dead owner, still hangs in the balance.
But Laura Khanlarian, a former worker at Foredowne Kennels in Kingskerswell, has released a video showing Vinnie - put down last July after two years in isolation.
MPs will have the chance to support our campaign to Knight the Lions after an Early Day Motion was put down in Parliament.
Basra / Nina / A Sheikh of one of the clans in northern Basra province was killed in an adhesive bomb put down his personal car.
During 2014 the average deposit put down by homemovers was GBP83,302 while stamp duty charnges saved the average homeowner nearly GBP5,000 with the estimated equity level for a potential second-stepper increasing by more than GBP10,000 in the last year.