deeping


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deep cutting, deeping

The resawing of timber lengthwise, parallel to the faces.
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The aerial photographs of West Deeping show the farm stockyards to be very approximately the same size - 50-100 m square - or slightly larger.
Their Market Deeping factory, which they moved into ten years ago, has been purpose-equipped to make the process as fast and efficient as possible.
Shaun McAvoy levelled and Michael Chilton put the Tynesiders in front but Deeping threatened right until added time.
Vergette began training in 1944 and, based throughout at Towngate House Farm, Market Deeping, continued until the early 1990s.
Mr Waller leaves a seven-year-old daughter Jodie, his brother said in a statement at the family home in Market Deeping, Lincolnshire.
Chris drove his sports car to Middlesbrough with his wife Carol, from the family's home in Market Deeping, near Peterborough.
Another man, Ian Douglas Reed, 34, of Market Deeping, has been charged by police with robbery.
Christie knows that without Phillips and Nuneaton he might still be playing for Deeping Rangers and making sure the shelves are full stocked.
Yesterday Charlotte's parents David and Jennifer, who flew out from their home in Deeping, Lincolnshire, were at her bedside in Beersheba.
James, of Market Deeping, Lincs, said: "Food isn't my comfort blanket any more.
But Fat Wells must have had a hard time of it, growing up in Deeping St James in Lincolnshire.