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whin

indicates fury. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 178]
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Haney's lawyer Stephen Maguire said the Whins Road tenant promised to let homeless Haney stay with her in return for free drink, then asked him to leave in bad weather when the alcohol ran out.
We want clients to feel that they are an extended family of the WHINS Insurance agency and we follow up with newsletters, holiday cards, and small reminders that we are thinking about them.
Replacement bus services will be calling at or close to all stations in the affected area, service 900 from Gateshead to Jarrow, service 901 from Gateshead to Brockley Whins.
Better connections between South Shields and Sunderland, even if passengers still have to change, it would be quicker at Brockley Whins than at Pelaw.
We would like to hear from anyone who may have been near Brockley Whins station at the time of the incident or may have seen a group of three men in the area.
The walk starts at Brockley Whins Ms etro station at 2pm.
British Transport Police officers say that someone is going to get seriously injured or killed in the Brockley Whins area following an increase in reports of trespass and criminal damage to trains.
Goosecroft Coaches, of Stirling, were hauled into the town's sheriff court after the bus arrived at Whins of Milton school in the town.
Found guilty in her absence of being drunk and disorderly at Brockley Whins Metro station on June 27.
Prime hoggs: Texel x - pounds 93 Old Town, pounds 92 Whins Farm, pounds 90.
The 26-year-old from East Boldon, who suffers from cerebral palsy and Asperger's syndrome, was assaulted on a train after it left Brockley Whins station, in South Tyneside, at around 3.
As the train approached Brockley Whins station, a man travelling in the same carriage launched an unprovoked attack on him.