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Earl

A slang term sometimes used in finance and trading for oil. The term derives from the way the word "oil" is said to be pronounced in an American Southern accent.
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Despite Khan's quick hand speed, big hits and great movement, question marks remain about his defence and in particular his tendency to leave his chin exposed - a bad habit Earl will be keen to exploit.
A direct hit could not be ruled out, and Earl was expected to bring drenching rain, dangerous seas and surf and gusting wind to the Atlantic Coast from North Carolina to New England and Canada, said Alex Sosnowski, a senior meteorologist for private forecaster AccuWeather.
Now 93 and based in Kenilworth, Bermuda-born Earl first appeared on screen 60 years ago in Basil Dearden's Pool of London made in 1950.
GROUNDBREAKING Midland movie star Earl Cameron is looking for more work - at the age of 93.
Pippa, who shot to fame after the wedding of her sister Kate to Prince William last year, is said to be in a relationship with the Earl George, son of the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland.
It still produces the previous version for the Russian market and is selling the tea, dubbed Earl Grey The Classic Edition, at [pounds sterling]1.
Yet it was the 18th Earl we must thank for the founding of the park itself and his nephew, the 19th and current earl, who inherited the title in 1994 and who still runs it today.
The show reunites Earl with Liverpool born impresario Bill Kenwright, who has played an important role in the actor's career and whose methods he admires.
Jessilyn Roberts, another former dance team member and plaintiff in the case, was asked by Earl to help with marketing.
By the end of 2010, Earl had earned its rightful place among early adopter music sites' "Best Of" lists--as did Tyler's album, Bastard, despite dropping in late 2009.
Mike Pulsford, defending, claimed Mr Moore had tried to rile the earl, claiming he had destroyed the estate.
Leaving court the Earl said: "I am delighted and relieved, I wasn't looking for trouble on either incidents.