tithe barn

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tithe barn

a large barn where, formerly, the agricultural tithe of a parish was stored

tithe barn

A barn once used by farmers to hold their contributions to the church in the amount of one-tenth of their harvested crops.
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The current GP contract at Tithebarn started on April 2009.
Once staff evacuated the building police moved in on the site, cordoning off a large section of Tithebarn Street as fears the man had a bomb began to emerge.
The incident took place on Tithebarn Street, outside of the exchange station, close to the corner of Bixteth Street.
They followed at a safe distance as the Mondeo went half way round a roundabout and skidded before crashing into a wall outside a house in Tithebarn Road.
Most of the original features of the building - including iconic Liver birds set in stone above the entrance - would be retained, although the Tithebarn News newsagent would have to relocate into Exchange Street East to accommodate the refurbishment.
The changing city: Tithebarn Street, above, today; Pownall Square, below, and
The CQC also said patients spoke highly of the GP, staff and service provided at Tithebarn House, which runs services from 8am to 8pm.
New home: Silkhouse Court, in Tithebarn Street, Liverpool city centre
Insofar as the Cheshunt site is concerned the plots of land were purchased by GLE & International Property Ltd from JDG Properties Ltd and the purported developer of the site was Tithebarn Trading Ltd.
Think will handle PR, marketing and digital services for sister venues The James Monro, in Tithebarn Street, and The Monro, in Duke Street.
The 26-year-old pedestrian was struck by a blue Toyota Yaris in Tithebarn Road near its junction with Cowshill Green, Stockton at bout 11.
Liverpool's longest continually open pub, The Lion Tavern, on Tithebarn Street, and the Cross Keys, on Earle Street, closed in June.