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A council spokesman said: "There has been an artificially large number of unattached drakes staying in the area after the mating season has finished.
Recently patented is a disposable absorbent article that is made of an outer cover and an absorbent chassis, which includes a pair of longitudinally opposed waist edges that are directly attached to the outer cover and an unattached portion that is not directly attached to the outer cover between the longitudinally opposed waist edges and an absorbent chassis support member.
His exuberantly colored, multitextured, and polymorphously perverse configurations of the materials from which household handicrafts are often made seem to be the real, living fusions of abstract mutant cartoon characters and unattached libidinal energy.
The trick to reducing doses, he notes, is not to focus on daughters bound to dust, but to remove the unattached daughters, which provide up to 90 percent of the radiation dose to humans.
The senior race on Saturday was won by unattached runner Gareth Wyn Hughes, who beat Eryri's Dylan Wynn Jones by more than two minutes to win in 34 minutes 33 seconds.
Also included in the field is the currently unattached Andy Smith, who was British Champion three years in a row in the 1990s while a Coventry rider.
Andrew Thompson, Unattached to Shrewsbury; Jacob Laursen, Leicester to Wolverhampton; Richard Knight, Oxford Utd to Colchester; Dominic Foley, Watford to QPR; Scott Wilson, Rangers to Portsmouth; Dion Dublin, Aston Villa to Millwall; Damien Delaney, Leicester to Huddersfield; Micheal Reddy, Sunderland to Barnsley; David Waterman, Portsmouth to Oxford Utd;
Brassington, the unattached runner from Dolgellau who won last year's Always Aim High sprint triathlon series, finished seventh on Saturday to claim the overall prize for the series, which also included Rhobell Fawr and Ras Tarren Hendre.