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Word: fleck

Definition: spot; mark with flecks; N: small mark or spot


Sentences Containing 'fleck'

A version of the "Hoe-Down" section was recorded by 1970s progressive rock band Emerson, Lake Palmer and folk rock and jazz group Béla Fleck and the Flecktones.
At the time the deal was a record sale for Norwich, As part of the deal a clause was included to ruled Fleck out of playing against Norwich the 1st time they met just a couple of weeks later.
By October 2011, Fleck had changed career direction completely, working as a teaching assistant at Parkside School in Norwich.
Despite his dismal goalscoring record at Chelsea, he is remembered fondly by the club's fans, who sang a song in his honour – "We all live in a Robert Fleck world" – based on the lyrics of Yellow Submarine by The Beatles.
Druhá Tráva are commonly compared to their bluegrass and folk forerunners such as Ricky Skaggs, Peter Rowan, Davy Spillane, and Béla Fleck as well.
Fleck corneal dystrophy, also known as "Francois-Neetens speckled corneal dystrophy", is a rare form of corneal dystrophy.
Fleck helped the Canaries reach another FA Cup semi-final in 1992, where they surprisingly lost to Second Division underdogs Sunderland, Fleck returned from injury to play in this game but he was clearly unfit.
Fleck is fourth in the list of Norwich City FC all-time goalscorers, behind Johnny Gavin, Terry Allcock and Iwan Roberts.
Fleck is now a teaching assistant at the parkside school in Norwich, Norfolk.
Fleck re-joined Norwich (who had just been relegated from the Premier League) for £650,000 in September 1995 after a loan spell, to begin with he made an impact forming a solid partnership with Ashley Ward up front, but after Ward was sold due to Norwich's financial problems, his performance was no where as consistent as in his first spell at Carrow Road, and they failed to make a serious attempt to push for promotion in any of his three seasons back at the club.
Fleck returned to employment with Norwich City in May 2007, when he joined the club's scouting network.
Fleck started his senior career with Rangers under manager Jock Wallace, although it was only after the arrival of Graeme Souness as player/manager in 1986 that he began to make a real impact, scoring 22 goals in 48 appearances in season 1986–87.
Fleck was made a member of Norwich City's Hall of Fame.
Fleck's goal tally that season included four hat-tricks; in league games against Clydebank (twice) and Falkirk, and in a UEFA Cup tie against Ilves Tampere.
Fleck's nephew John plays for Coventry City F.C..
Guest musicians include Alison Krauss, Sam Bush, John Fogerty, Bill Frisell, Béla Fleck and Jeff Coffin.
He helped them finished fourth in the league in 1989, when they also reached the FA Cup semi-final, though Fleck and his team-mates were unable to compete in the following season's UEFA Cup due to the ongoing ban on English clubs in European competitions that followed the Heysel disaster of 1985.
Henderson has also been featured on fusion projects by drummer Steve Smith of Vital Information which also include bassist Victor Wooten of the eclectic Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, recording under the banner Vital Tech Tones.
In 1986 Barenberg moved to Nashville, where he has played often with Jerry Douglas and Maura O'Connell, and done much work as a session musician with Béla Fleck, Hazel Dickens, Mel Tillis, and Randy Travis, among others.
In December 1987 Fleck was transferred for £580,000 to Norwich City in the English Football League First Division.
It is directed by the band's bass player, Mike Gordon, who wrote, for the VHS packaging: Many of the musicians on the album, Alison Krauss, Béla Fleck, and actor Jonathan Frakes, are shown recording tracks that eventually wound up on the album.
Robert William Fleck (born 11 August 1965 in Glasgow) is a Scottish former professional footballer and manager.
The 2002 album, "The Shadowlands," featured New Grass Revival founder Curtis Burch and three songs with banjoist Bela Fleck.
The film’s directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, discovered Soto playing baseball with friends, and interviewed him for the role.
The move proved unsuccessful; Fleck scored just four goals in 48 appearances and was loaned out to Bolton Wanderers and Bristol City.

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