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holystone

[′hō·lē‚stōn]
(materials)
A soft sandstone that is used in scrubbing a ship's deck.
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Holystone Ltd's managing director Kieron Geoghegan said: "Without these two tailor-made products, we could sim-plynotmeethe main contractor's timelines for the project.
The soldiers are honoured at Holystone Primary School
Today's launch will see families walking from Holystone Primary School, where Luke was a pupil, to Rising Sun Country Park.
Members of the Holystone History & Archaeology Group were given permission by the church, and the landowner and tenants, for the five-day dig, which was funded by Northumberland National Park Authority and Coquetdale Community Archaeology Group.
The restaurant, part of Holystone Lodge and at Low Farnham on the Holystone Estate, was opened by estate owners Chris and Janet Watmore in September 2013.
moaned Mrs Diner, as TomTom confidently rejected Holystone village, and instead directed us along a series of long, ever-narrowing lanes.
By Car One lane is closed for roadworks on A19 in both directions between A186/A191 Benton Rd/Whitley Rd/A191 Holystone Way (Holystone Roundabout) and A1058 Coast Road/The Silverlink (Silverlink Roundabout) 9am-3pm until April 27.
There are no rollout plans for areas such as Alnham, Alwinton, Hepple, Holystone, Netherton, and Sharperton where broadband speeds are typically below 2 Mbps.
One lane is closed due to roadworks on A19 in both directions between A186 / A191 Benton Road / Whitley Road / A191 Holystone Way (Holystone Roundabout) and A1058 Coast Road / The Silverlink (Silverlink Roundabout) between 9am and 3pm until April 27.
Meanwhile, the same team at Baker Tilly have also been acting on behalf of a second North East construction business, Blaydon-based Holystone Ltd, which has struggled to maintain revenues over the last 12 months.
Cabinet members were informed that the birth rate in North Tyneside has risen in recent years, particularly in areas of high development, such as the Holystone and West Allotment areas.
The venture at Holystone, in Northumberland, has begun trading without the necessary planning permission having been granted.