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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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Newham Grange duty officer Richard Buckley said: "Newham Grange is a great day out for the whole family all year round, and the animals are one of our key attractions.
Bailey Grange is in the heart of Killingworth, close to the many amenities available in the busy suburb, including primary and secondary schools, bars, restaurants, numerous retail outlets and a large supermarket.
Whatever they told us they needed, we would go out and buy for them," Janet Segur, secretary for the Grange, said.
The same can be said for the roof of the Crow Grange, which is sinking like the middle of a swayback horse.
SANTOS 2 GRANGE 0 SANTOS kept up their title challenge with a dour win over hard-working, though obviously tired, Grange Rangers playing their third game in a week.
LANGTREE has announced a further deal for its self-contained offices at Mere Grange in St Helens.
Terry Grange, the former Chief Constable of Dyfed-Powys, also used his force credit card to buy meals and hotel rooms in London for himself and the woman, as well as for train tickets to meetings he never attended, the Independent Police Complaints Commission revealed yesterday.
Division One action saw Grange back into the promotion mix with a superb 5-1 win over a very good Rainhill Town side who showed exactly why they were previously unbeaten over the season.
1, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In light of The United States District Court for the Eastern District of California ruling today in favor of the National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, National Grange President Ed Luttrell issued the following statement,
Theresa Mason has been promoted to president of Grange Life Insurance Co.
Grange Moor FC and Flockton FC went head to head in the eighth annual Molly Booth memorial football match, which pays tribute to three well-known locals, Molly Booth, a former Grange Moor club secretary, Graeme Clegg , a Grange Moor player and, Paul Burton, a Flockton Football Club supporter.
The Grange, founded in 1867 and officially referred to as The National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, fraternal organization that advocates for rural America and agriculture.