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garth

The open courtyard of a cloister, often a lawn.
References in classic literature ?
Exactly what I have said myself, till I am tired of repeating it," remarked Miss Garth.
As for Magdalen," he continued, addressing his wife and Miss Garth, "she's an unbroken filly.
Miss Garth alone observed the effect which that change produced on the attentive mistress of the house.
His daughters rose immediately; and Miss Garth considerately followed their example.
If you considered yourself properly reproved for not minding your own business," said the plain-spoken Miss Garth, "you would be a trifle nearer the truth.
Miss Garth dropped her work on her lap; even the sedate Norah started to her feet, and amazedly repeated the words, "Going to London
Even Miss Garth felt the all-pervading influence of the household disorganization, and sat alone by the morning-room fire, with her head shaking ominously, and her work laid aside.
Jennie Garth and husband Dave Abrams are working to keep their marriage, but for the time being they have decided to live separately.
THANKS to a Community Chest Sports Wales lottery grant, Pilates Classes, run by Angie Masterson, will be held at the Garth Community Centre, Garth Hill, Bangor LL57 2SY.
DISPATCH rider Garth Wright took one look at the men queuing on the beaches and decided he was not getting out of Dunkirk alive.
Another reason may be because Garth had a bad experience with a large dog.
Former pupils of Hall Garth School may well recognise a few familiar faces today as remember When looks back at some of the school's highlights.