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grange

History an outlying farmhouse in which a religious establishment or feudal lord stored crops and tithes in kind

grange

1. A farm.
2. A farmhouse and its out-buildings.
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There are a fair number of Grange officials who express their views on the importance of communal consumerism, but not much is heard from actual members or from non-members.
Grange batted first and hit 32 but Llanrumney in their first innings got 74.
Besides serving the retail market, Twineham Grange are stepping up their export drive and satisfying more and more foodservice and catering outlets as well as the industrial market.
Guests will have the incredible opportunity to be the first in the United States to enjoy magnums of the 2008 Penfolds Yattarna Chardonnay, 2008 Penfolds RWT Barossa Shiraz, 2008 Penfolds 707 Cabernet Sauvignon, 2007 St Henri Shiraz and, the highly anticipated 2006 Penfolds Grange Shiraz.
At Acklam Grange, two sets of twins received their results in 2004, Matthew and Catherine Consitt, on left, and Rachael and Stephanie Palmer
Several community organisations helped out at the event, including Grange Moor Pre-school, where pupils were selling books.
Ernesford Grange Community School, now an academy, was one of ve built in the 1970s in Coventry because of an increase in the demand for secondary school places.
This year's results put Acklam Grange School on top.
Keresley Grange is tucked away in an idyllic setting on the outskirts of Coventry, surrounded by woods and parkland.
So, the first trip through is $3 for kids younger than 17 and $5 for adults, said Ken Hern, the chairman of the grange building committee.
They are Molly who was a former Grange Moor FC secretary, Graeme Clegg, a Grange Moor player, and Paul Burton, a Flockton Football Club supporter.