CECIL


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CECILCentre for European Comparative and International Law (University of Sheffield; UK)
CECILCommittee on Entertainment Capital, Investment, and Legislation (Georgia)
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I meant," said Cecil stiffly, "that she is going to marry me.
Freddy was at his wittiest, referring to Cecil as the "Fiasco"--family honoured pun on fiance.
During his internship year at Durban's King Edward VIII Hospital Cecil captained the Natal rugby team and was vice-captain of the 1949 Springbok rugby team that trounced the All Blacks 4-0.
The bulky wooden sea chest belonged to 16-year-old midshipman Cecil Molyneux, who was killed at the Battle of Jutland - the 100th anniversary of his death is this Tuesday, May 31.
The inquest was told that Mr Cecil, who had Alzheimer's, had been given a lift part of the way home by a van driver.
Pre Bid Conference: Bidders are strongly encouraged to attend a pre-bid meeting to be held on Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 10:00 AM (ET), Local Time, at the Cecil County School of Technology located at 912 Appleton Rd.
Cecil was killed by game hunter Walter Palmer in an organised shoot which outraged the world.
Cecil, one of Zimbabwe's most loved symbols, was killed with a bow and arrow by a hunter said to be Minnesota dentist Walter James Palmer.
Experts say she used a sex scent to attract black-maned Cecil outside the safety of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, where he was killed weeks later by US dentist Walter Palmer.
A source at the Zimbabwe park confirmed: "One of the eight cubs was killed by a male lion after Cecil was killed.
Speculation regarding the future of one of the sport's most famous establishments has never been far away since Cecil's death in 2013, shortly after which Lady Cecil took over the licence.
Cecil, who was 21 at the time, arrived as back-up at Pegasus Bridge just hours after it had been taken from the Germans as part of the Oxfordshire & Buck-Buck inghamshire Light Infantry Regiment.