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Hyde go in by the old dissecting room, Poole," he said.
"Your master seems to repose a great deal of trust in that young man, Poole," resumed the other musingly.
"Yes, sir, he does indeed," said Poole. "We have all orders to obey him."
"There always has been mud in Poole Harbour," said Mrs.
"'Bournemouth is,'" resumed their hostess, quoting a local rhyme to which she was much attached--" 'Bournemouth is, Poole was, and Swanage is to be the most important town of all and biggest of the three.' Now, Frau Liesecke, I have shown you Bournemouth, and I have shown you Poole, so let us walk backward a little, and look down again at Swanage."
There was a long silence, during which the tide returned into Poole Harbour.
Poole Company developed EcoSure, a staple fiber made from 100 percent PCR PET flake, as an environmentally friendly alternative to virgin fiber.
Stewards of the Nation's Art: Contested Cultural Authority 1890-1939, by Andrea Geddes Poole. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2010.
Cheshire, United Kingdom, September 14, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Poole Alcock LLP, professional, qualified and experienced solicitors in Chester, have raised [pounds sterling]1,000 for St Luke's Hospice, Winsford, through completing 2,012 miles of sport in 10 weeks.
Bernard Albert Poole, from Holywell, waved at the train driver before he was struck on a stretch of track behind Manor Industrial Estate in Flint.
FORMER Newcastle United and Hull City goalkeeper Philip Poole has accepted a post with the Puerto Rico men's national team coaching staff.
From Poole Quay you can explore the local area by boat, visiting the Old Harry Rocks, seven miles of golden sandy beaches at Bournemouth and the famed Jurassic coast.