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bawn

1. A fortified enclosure, often of mud or stone, surrounding a farmyard or castle; esp. in Ireland.
2. A fortified house (especially during the 17th century) with massive walls, designed to serve as a haven of refuge in the event of an enemy attack; Also see garrison house.
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In relation to the complaint about Coun Bawn's comments in a full council meeting regarding an alleged PS75m loan from the council under the previous Labour administration to Lugano, the decision says that there is "information held by the council which would tend to support the position as represented by Coun Bawn".
"I am still as determined as ever to speak out against politically motivated Facebook groups, such as Morpeth Matters, which is administered solely by a group of Conservative councillors, including Mr Bawn himself.
Bawn even distributed leaflets, stuck up posters, placed an SOS on the Internet and offered a 50-pound reward.
In relation to the complaint about Coun Bawn's comments in a full council meeting regarding an alleged PS75m loan from the council under the previous Labour administration to Lugano, the decision says there is "information held by the council which would tend to support the position as represented by Councillor Bawn".
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"I am still as determined as ever to speak out against politicallymotivated Facebook groups, such as Morpeth Matters, which is administered solely by a group of Conservative councillors, including Mr Bawn himself.
The display was engineered by local lighting expert James Bawn, who has previously been responsible for projects such as illuminating Emley Moor mast during last year's Tour De France.
Formaction Ltd and director Derek Bawn were prosecuted at Cardiff Magistrates' Court for a series of breaches over work at height regulations.
Ready for the run: Ian Fleming, Marc Hornby, Mary Bawn and Lisa Williams ahead of the half marathon in Birmingham on Sunday.
FAMED play The Colleen Bawn has charmed generations of theatre goers.
Sound claims here judged on his most recent effort at Tramore last month when he finished second to Bawn Og, a winner again since, over this distance.