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George Hannigan 21 Aug 16
It's a long road to get there but we'll be back again. Thanks for the great support esp . Great people to represent
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Gruntfuttock Oct 18
Waiting for my little train across the Marsh. glowing in the sunrise 😊
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Gruntfuttock Nov 2
I’ve lived here for 11 years now and have only just seen this!!
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Damian Barr 15 Sep 16
Doing voice over for film about Writers Of Rye - going out on BBC One October 16 thanks to .
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Brad Grist 2 Feb 14
what has happened to this boy
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Isobel Feb 19
Most agreeable day - now off to play bridge at Grebe, let us hope I don't get washed away from I don't want to leave x
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Tibor Plastering N10 26 Aug 16
Some work . Have a nice day
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Alastair 5 Sep 15
The Spirit of Ecstasy slices through Kent
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The Railway Honiton 20 Mar 14
Anyone good at tilling walls ? Fancy a 3-4 days work ? Please message me
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Kate Garner 25 Mar 17
Been shopping with my basket, you can shop like the old days if you look hard enough!
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Crux Winery Dec 6
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Orec America Jun 14
"The beginning is the most important part of the work." Learn more about the Gardenquake ➜
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ℳ🅰®️⊺ℹ︎₦ Jun 10
Replying to @peasmoldia
You found Roman remains!
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FT Renovations Limited Jun 10
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Michael John McGarr Jun 9
The latest The Landscape architecture Daily!
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Ramandeep Singh Mann May 8
As and the practice of spread, less was being stored in the ground and more was going into the atmosphere. New research suggests that no-till could help mitigate climate change.
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Mahindra USA Apr 3
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Josep Buforn Apr 2
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Nikolai Adamski Mar 26
After taking a break for re-caffination continues our workshop by talking about the wheat populations.
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Prof Ros Gleadow Feb 20
Our latest paper out today: Counting the costs: nitrogen partitioning in Sorghum mutants
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