ash house

ash house

In colonial America, a small dependency for storing ashes that were used primarily for making soap.
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Gail left the Knotty Ash house pushing the twins along in their pram, and Bob trotted along after her.
Mr Warren said Campbell, of Ash House in Cardiff, behaved aggressively towards the officers and when a screw driver was discovered in his possession, he claimed it was so he could use it on his bicycle.
Known as III (three) Acre, the investment opportunity consists of the freeholds of Ash House, Birch House and Cedar House with office space in self-contained buildings.
Belfast-born McCollum, 21, is awaiting a similar transfer approval and hopes to be returned to Ash House Women's Prison in Belfast.
If the transfer is approved, her final destination would probably be Ash House Women's Prison at Hydebank Wood in South Belfast.
"I now feel that although a ash house and ash car would be nice, the most important thing is giving others equal opportunities."
Alternatively, the larger Ash house type, available from PS127,996 on Help to Buy, may appeal to families.
The notorious killer's romance flourished after the TV man visited Ash House in Hydebank Wood to interview women prisoners about life behind bars.
The complaint also contents the North Andover plant had a hole in the roof and side wall of its ash house, allowing ash to be released into the air.
The Liverpool comic still lives in the Knotty Ash house in which he was born, a base from which he travels across the country.
After a keenly-fought contest, the winning trophy was presented to Ash house at an assembly.
The business park provides Grade A specification space in two self-contained two-storey detached office buildings, Ash House, which offers 2,851 sq ft of space, and the smaller Beech House, where 1,823 sq ft is available.