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glebe

Brit land granted to a clergyman as part of his benefice
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Glebe vied for the trophy against 100 of the top pilots in the country.
Glebe Asset Management Limited ("Glebe") is the property advisor to the Glebe London Limited Partnership ("GLLP").
And Glebe will be confident of making it four wins in a row.
SunWater Chief Executive Peter Boettcher said SunWater was committed to seeking water supply solutions for its customers and that it was particularly pleased to be delivering the Woleebee Creek to Glebe Weir Pipeline project as a beneficial use solution for treated CSG water.
This glebe land, as it was called, sometimes amassed to a substantial farm, as in Glebe Farm, Yardley.
PROJECT LAUNCH: Standing outside Glebe House are (from left) Kathy Hall, Rachael Booth and Barbara Wallace, from the county council's early years team, student mentors Connor Ealing and Michelle Phillip, student experience team leader Lesley Lees, student experience and support manager Annette Guerrini, Helen Fielding, from Respect Yourself, and college vice-principal Laurel Penrose
Attractive: A Dunelm Etal townhouse like those at Glebe Court, Murton, County Durham.
Recreational access to this part of Glebe Park has now been improved.
The Glebe takes part in the campaign every year and usually posts their special messages to 10 Downing Street - receiving replies from Prime Ministers Gordon Brown and David Cameron in the past.
The Seasiders, who have utilised facilities close to the seafront at Burnham Avenue for over half a century, are unveiling a new venue just a six-hit away at the Glebe Field.
Ann, who has 12 grandchildren and lives in Glebe Court, Bedlington, was on site with her hard hat to see the bulldozers begin what is the second phase of a pounds 7.
GLEBE Farm in Stechford is not an area I have explored very much.