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SON, kindred. An immediate male descendant. In its technical meaning in devises, this is a word of purchase, but the testator may make it a word of descent. Sometimes it is extended to more remote descendants.

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At that point the Scorchers were on 62 for three in nine overs, but matter sonly got worse with Cooper picking up two wickets in the same over - of Hilton Cartwright and Voges (27) - before Tambe picked up Tom Triffit.
Answering the final question on whether Bajaj Auto also wants to be No 1 in domestic market, Bajaj said ``We don't look at number sonly but there are various other factors like share price and market cap etc.
It will be a tough one against Bradford, Sonly if you have played in this fixture do you realise how volatile this game is.
Parry was the first Welsh thrower to test out the turf at the controversial Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in Delhi and sonly needed one attempt to qualify for the final.