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black

mod. without cream or milk. (Said of coffee.) Black coffee, good and hot, please.
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Owners of shops at Blacker Road in Birkby have threatened to withhold their business rates unless the council removes double yellow lines from the adjacent Fern Street.
AWESOME FOURSOME Jacob Evans, Matthew Blacker, Alex Spingall and Jac Davies, of Llandaff Church in Wales Primary School, celebrate St David's Day; below, children from Sully Primary School.
Four decades after featuring in Dineen's first film, Blacker invites his old friend to film his mother's funeral, opening the door to his life at a time of crisis.
BLACKER Four decades after featuring in Dineen's first film, Blacker invites his old friend to film his mother's funeral, thus opening the door to his life at a time of great personal crisis.
But the volunteer medical body insisted Mr Blacker, also called Lord Harley of Counsel, is not a member.
With Konrad Abeltshauser in the box for tripping, Blacker fired home a loose rebound after Sateri made a series of nice saves at 2:21.
I wish to thank the RCCC Chair, Mr Peter Blacker, and Council members for their tireless work in consulting with communities.
The tests vary in design and in quality and, even at their best, have limited value," says Deborah Blacker, Director of MGH's Gerontology Research Unit, "Test results may suggest that a person has normal cognition, or that he or she requires further evaluation, but they cannot definitively rule out AD or any other neurological condition, nor can they provide a diagnosis.
In this frank and directional talk, trailblazer Jesse Redniss and Peter Blacker shares how NBC/Universal and Telemundo have radically reshaped consumer engagement with their brands, and how big media will change with (and because of) gamification in the coming years.
Dad-of-two David Blacker, aged 53, died from multiple injuries at Selly Oak Hospital after the incident at Sutton Coldfield station shortly after 6.
Augustus John sketched them, George Borrow described them in The Romany Rye, and Walter Starkie played his violin with them in Transylvania--now the Gypsies have a new champion in William Blacker.
Both the NUSEC and Eugenics Society supported all three of these issues and through them Eva Hubback provides a concrete link between the two organisations: she joined the Eugenics Society in 1929, became a member of its Council in 1932 and sat on its committees on birth control, family allowances and eugenic sterilisation (Eugenics Society to Hubback, 6 July 1933; Hubback to Blacker, 4 February 1931; Blacker to Hubback, 18 December 1933).
Prescot's almost handed the visitors the advantage as Blacker had only Paxton to beat when he was tackled from behind by Tobin in the penalty area.
In terms of editorial method, Blacker has edited the 'base manuscripts' more or less in their entirety, with variants from other manuscripts listed separately.