end house

end house

A house having one of its two ends facing the street.
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At the end house of the village some frozen clothes hanging on a line--shirts, one red and one white, trousers, leg-bands, and a petticoat--fluttered wildly in the wind.
The provincial assembly should discuss matter with the government to raise the issue in United Nation (UN), Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to end house arrest of Hurriyat leaders and accepting the rights of self determination of Kashmiris.
Q I live in a small terrace of four houses with only a small back yard, so the drainage facilities are connected to the end house where the cesspool is situated.
A historical re-enactment ended in an unexpected swim for "King Charles" at Audley End House in Essex when his horse bolted and chucked him in the lake.
It's close to a variety of popular family favourites which can easily be reached, such as Drayton Manor, Cadbury World, Ash End House Farm, Kingsbury Water Park, Middleton Lakes as well as the National Sea Life Centre and Birmingham city centre, which is only 20 minutes away.
Luckily the end house was not locked so we escaped safely through that house,' she said.
Dropping on the world-famous channel in the UAE on Tuesday, October 3, Channel Zero: No-end House follows Margot Sleator, played by Amy Forsyth and her friends as they enter the notorious No- End House, supposedly the scariest haunted house ever created.
of Chicago Settlement, and Chicago Commons), New York (Greenwich House and Henry Street), and South End House of Boston, and those of the College Settlements Association (Denison House of Boston and the College Settlements of Philadelphia and New York).