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hallowed

1. set apart as sacred
2. consecrated or holy
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After this fun activity, "The Secret of Hallow Inn" horror house opens at 5:30pm.
Built just five years ago, Hallow Views is ideal both for large families - it has seven bedrooms - and for people keen to work from home, as the lower ground floor has space for offices.
In The Hallow, the tree specialist Adam (Joseph Mawle) finds this fungus growing
To cap off the week-long activities, "The Secret of Hallow Inn" is revealed at the beachfront on 31 October.
Throckley's neighbourhood Inspector Jan Harrison said: "We have been called to Hallow Drive a number of times over recent months and know that local residents have had repeated problems with a small minority of troublemakers.
Officers said a number of boxes of cigarettes were taken from Hallow but nothing was taken in the second raid.
Northumbria Police say over the last six months there have been 32 reported incidents on Hallow Drive, Throckley, mostly relating to fighting, criminal damage and general disorder.
The men, who may be teenagers, were at the bus stop at the junction of Hallow Drive and Coach Road, Throckley, Newcastle.
Richard Clive Hallows, of Hallows Associates in Mold, was deemed by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to have given it reason to suspect dishonesty on his part.
One told of being ordered off the premises by solicitor Mr Hallows, whose firm the complainant said was "sat on thousands of my daughter's personal injury settlement".
This special event is called Haunted Hallows, and it is definitely one for the books.
Villagers became caught up in the excitement as worshippers at All Hallows Church hosted a three-week visit by members of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church - introducing parishioners to one of the world's oldest Christian traditions.