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hassock

1. a firm upholstered cushion used for kneeling on, esp in church
2. a thick clump of grass
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17) Zachary Some, of Sandon in Essex, reviled his parson in 1592 as "a prattling fool, for preaching against drunkenness," and hurled hassocks at the sexton.
We had to create a 'pretend' set, using classroom tables and chairs, and improvised other pieces of furniture and props; Poppea's sexy bed consisted of hassocks borrowed from the chapel next door
The glamour model, who is set to get divorced after husband Peter Andre refused to take her back, visited Gardenpride in Hassocks, West Sussex and bought a trolley-load of delphiniums.
Memories and photographs can be sent directly to myself at 45, Hassocks Close, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 2GH or emailed to steve.
Memories and photographs can be sent directly to myself at 45 Hassocks Close, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 2GH or e-mailed to steve.
A blitz called Operation Hassocks was rolled out across town two years ago when Middlesbrough was suffering between 250 and 300 thefts from vehicles a month - 45% of all such crimes recorded on Teesside.
One of her favourite buys are hassocks, formerly used in churches, which she decorates with her fabrics and uses for footstools and occasional seating.
ed] (1976) The Division of Labour: The Labour Process and Class-Struggle in Modern Capitalism, Hassocks, The Harvester Press.
Armchairs and hassocks arranged on an Oriental rug create a cozy reading lounge.
Hamish Hamilton Ltd & Raymond Briggs, 80 Strand, London WC2R 0R1 and Weston, Underhill Lane, Westmeston, Hassocks, Sussex BN6 8XG.
Budgens' compact store in Hassocks was very busy, as lunchtime shoppers took their time and waited for the torrential rain to clear the Sussex countryside last Friday.
Just send your name and address to Allwoods, London Road, Hassocks, West Sussex, BN6 9NB.