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Pantile

A roofing tile in the shape of an “S” laid on its side and overlapped in courses running up the slope of the roof.

pantile

pantile
A roofing tile which has the shape of an S laid on its side.
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The circumstances surrounding the initial deal are unusual in that Galileo Gold is out of Galicuix, who was added to the broodmare band at Murfitt's Pantile Stud after he had been foaled, and yet the colt came to his attention only through a chance encounter.
All properties will be of natural stone construction with either slate or pantile roofs.
The pounds 50,000 plan submitted to Scarborough Council, is to build a traditional, pantile roofed two-bedroomed home from the disused loos at a site off Skinner Street for Sally Christmas, of Well Close Square, Whitby.
Murfitt sold a full sister to Aubrietia for pounds 110,000 at the salesandCufflink,anotherbred fromhis Pantile Stud operation, took the 1m 1/2f maiden by two andahalflengths.
Mr Smithson says a pounds 10 donation will buy a pantile for the granary's new roof, while pounds 25 will buy a flagstone for the courtyard.
Since the day the 7,500gns filly came back from Colin Murfitt's Pantile Stud, some ten miles down the road, looking if not yet a million dollars then at least several hundred thousand, she has been, according to Rae, "a model pupil", growing noticeably, learning steadily, progressing nicely.
It has a cast iron range in the living room, red pantile roof and exposed ceiling beams.
I'm pleased for his owner Colin Murfitt, as it's the first winner he's had out of the Pantile Stud in the Fenlands," said Vaughan.