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gatepost
A post, usually one of a pair, between which a gate swings or slides; see hanging post.
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A simple way to fix this without having to reset the gatepost or rehang the gate is to securely nail two small poles or boards on either side of the latch hole on the gatepost.
The Conway family crest had a Blackamoor in it, hence the busts on the gateposts.
1 Lay gateposts parallel on the ground with two smaller lengths of timber between the posts.
The gatepost stones at Church of the Holy Saviour, in Lemington, Newcastle, have been there since the place of worship was built 175 years ago.
Mr Singh said: "He took it off the gateposts, took the first towel offandsaw the baby's head.
The gateposts from the old wall at the front of the station, built in the late 19th Century, have been retained and will also be incorporated into the scheme.
Bunging up a few affordable homes would do far less damage to a village than turning the basic amenities and facilities into posh gaffs with stone balls on their gateposts.
It wasn't a big problem but the car was jammed between two gateposts.
Additional thefts include two large ornamental balls, stone lintels, gateposts, chimney pots and an iron bench.
David Beatty, a neighbour in Sir Nigel's village, Cold Christmas, near Ware, Hertfordshire, said: "The posters were on telegraph posts and on the gateposts of his drive.
The stolen Lowry works are Gateposts In The Snow, The Chapel, A Corner Shop, People On A Promenade and Street Scene, which have been individually valued at up to pounds 250,000.
Most striking are the burial chests, gateposts, a war canoe prow, and meeting house posts.