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thatch

any of various palms with leaves suitable for thatching

Thatch

A roof covering made of straw, reed, or similar materials fastened together to shed water and sometimes to provide thermal insulation; in tropical countries palm leaves are widely used.

thatch

The covering of a roof, or the like, usually made of straw, reed, or similar materials fastened together to shed water and sometimes to provide thermal insulation; in tropical countries palm leaves are widely used.
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The Witch Is Dead", from 1939 movie "The Wizard of Oz", had climbed to number 10 in the singles chart as a result of a campaign by Thatcher haters to try and push it up to number one.
Thatcher escaped assassination in 1984 when the Irish Republican Army (IRA) blew up a hotel where she was staying.
Other shoppers also spoke of their sadness after paying one last visit to Thatchers on Saturday morning.
A woman in her 70s, who declined to be named, said: "It's sad to see Thatchers closing because it's part of the town's history.
The irreverent romp through the life and times of Margaret Thatcher and her government is a co-production between I Coventry's Warwick Arts Centre and Wolverhampton-based Foursight Theatre.
Winner Carol Thatcher is also planning to see the show and there are plans for a national tour following the Coventry world premiere.
First, Denis Thatcher had money, which is essential in the Tory party.
Thatcher the woman has had to sacrifice many of the joys of a happy family to get where she is--just the way top men do.
The Thatcher government did not 'will' mass unemployment among the Labour voting industrial working class during the 1980s but it certainly learned to live with it, perhaps because Conservatives who remembered the 'Guilty Men' and the 'Wasted Years' were dying off, but also in pursuit of Thatcherism's broader ambitions, especially the destruction of 'socialism'.
Thatcher acknowledged in the documents that he began to suspect the helicopter would be used for military reasons before he made the payments, although he said it never actually left southern Africa.
The union eventually lost as Thatcher refused to meet any of their demands.