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An obsolete Dutch unit of weight roughly equivalent to 2,000 kilograms.
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"Secondly, he is the last person to want to break ranks with what has been quite an impressively disciplined EU side," the crossbench peer told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
'He was unsure who was the last person to leave the area of the office that had been burgled.
He's the last person you would expect to spring to his defence.
Weir was described as probably the last person to speak to Connor, and he told the court how they were talking through the wall, and exchanging cigarettes.
''I believe Jesse Matthew was the last person she was seen with before she vanished off the face of the Earth because it's been a week and we can't find her,'' Longo said, adding that he also believed she had been in the suspect's car.
ANGRY Melanie Verwoerd last night told Twink: There is NO WAY you were the last person to speak to Gerry Ryan.
"The way it happens today, the last person to check in, if we have already given away the seats, is denied boarding.
Every major studio ceased filming, and two generations of the infected performer's partners--the last person the actor slept with and the last person that person slept with--submitted to testing.
He's a very private and personal person and I'm sure he'd be the last person on Earth to do such a thing," she stated.
"Brian Chandler was the last person hanged in Durham.
I'm aware that I'm possibly the last person on the planet to do so but I am so looking forward to reading this, one of the most talked about debut novels of the year, a story about childhood and growing up, spanning four decades from 1968."
Summary: A friend of schoolgirl Milly Dowler was the last person to see her alive before she was murdered, a court has heard.