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The site is also of importance for its biodiversity and provides a fine example of the succession of habitats between the upland and lower valley regimes which includes woodland, grassland, fen, valley mire and moorland edge.
Mire was arrested on October 26, 2017 for the sexual assaults and public order offences.
Moor eventually fell for 30, chasing quick runs, but Mire brought up a 44-ball fifty in the 17th over.
Earlier, Mire fell just short of his maiden century as Zimbabwe made their highest total so far in the tri-series.
The incident was caught on CCTV and mobile phone footage taken by a passer-by, who kept filming as Mire lunged at him with a blade.
But Mire could serve the entirety of his sentence at the psychiatric unit, which has housed some of the country's most notorious criminals.
He grabbed fellow passenger Lyle Zimmerman and attempted to murder the 56-year-old musician after they travelled on the same train from Stratford to Leytonstone, where Mire lived alone.
Muhaydin Mire, 30, of east London, beat his victim, forced him to the ground and kicked his head before attempting to cut his neck, leaving the man with a 12-cm gash that required five hours of surgery.
An exhibition showcasing 267 works of Spanish artists Pablo Picasso and Joan MirE at the Burj Khalifa till March 17 happens to be no coincidence.
En Mexico, Reyes (2011a, 2013) desarrollo el modelo integrativo para la regulacion emocional (mire) como una guia flexible para la formulacion de casos y la aplicacion de tratamientos para pacientes con de.
Muhaydin Mire, 29, is charged with the attempted murder of a 56-year-old man who was attacked from behind in front of several people last Saturday evening.
Muhaydin Mire, of Sansom Road, Leytonstone, appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court charged with the attempted murder of a 56-year-old man, referred to only as Male A, on Saturday evening.