Definitions

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  • proper noun A village in Lancashire.
  • proper noun A habitational surname, originating in Lancashire.

Etymologies

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From Old Norse mýrr and skógr, meaning "boggy wood".

Examples

  • In February 2000 we took Ms. Alice Myerscough from the UK to see where her fiancée had died and was first buried before later being re-interred at the Sai Wan Bay Cemetery in Hong Kong after the war.

    The Story of the Taiwan POW's

  • Martin Myerscough, GreenBottle's designer created the product to replace plastic bottles.

    GreenBottle Milk Packaging Debuts in UK

  • Martin Myerscough, GreenBottle's designer created the product to replace plastic bottles.

    10 posts from August 2008

  • Bad weather meant organisers had to cancel the event, which attracts 60,000 people, in 2007 and the event was moved to a new site at Myerscough, which is owned by the Duchy of Lancaster, the following year.

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  • The cyclist David Millar, who last month helped lead Mark Cavendish to the world road race championship, and the shot putter Carl Myerscough could also benefit from the ruling.

    Dwain Chambers set to be given Olympic hope by Merritt ruling

  • The Second Amendment Foundation, which filed its lawsuit in May, has asked Springfield, Ill., federal judge Sue Myerscough to halt two Illinois laws in advance of the trial.

    Bearing Arms in Public Is Next Legal Battlefield

  • England's Carl Myerscough has won bronze in the discus.

    Commonwealth Games day seven - as it happened

  • That's going on now, with consultant John Myerscough looking at what the BBC performing groups would look like if their total budget were cut by 20%.

    This week's arts diary

  • Abdul Buhari won the national title for the first time, aged 29, while convicted drugs cheat Carl Myerscough – who won the shot put title – secured the second automatic qualifying spot, leaving the Dutchman to choose between Britain's two most promising young discus throwers, the national record holder and world No4 19-year-old Lawrence Okoye, and 22-year-old world No12 Brett Morse.

    Mo Farah plans to do only the 10,000m at the world championships

  • Myerscough was also banned for two years, after being found to have taken a cocktail of performance-enhancing drugs.

    Dwain Chambers set to be given Olympic hope by Merritt ruling

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