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spinney

Chiefly Brit a small wood or copse

spinney

[′spin·ē]
(ecology)
A small grove of trees or a thicket with undergrowth.
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On the market courtesy of Pritchard and Company, the guide price of The Spinney is [pounds sterling]2,895,000.
Spinney is a family-run business established in 1975 by the late managing director Nick Holland.
Spinney is a family run business established in 1975 by the late managing director, Nick Holland.
Spinney says he didn't feel like his work was important until Big Bird helped him find his purpose.
"Big Bird brought me so many places, opened my mind and nurtured my soul," Spinney said in a statement released Wednesday by Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit organization that produces the show.
Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How It Changed the World by Laura Spinney. New York, NY: Public Affairs, 2017, 352 pp.
Emergency services were called to The Spinney, in Cheadle, at around 12.50pm on Friday.
In a statement read out by coroner Philip Spinney, Mr Uphill's mother, Samantha Uphill, said her son had not lived with her in Aeron Close in Barry for a number of years due to arguments between them.
In a statement read out by coroner Philip Spinney, Samuel's mother Samantha Uphill said her son had not lived with her on Aeron Close in Barry for a number of years due to arguments between them.
The strategy will increase Spinney's footprint across the Gulf region from 61 to 79 stores and create 2,000 jobs, according to the company.
PALE RIDER: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How it Changed the World by Laura Spinney; Jonathan Cape; [pounds sterling]20 (hardback)
Lu Spinney; BEYOND THE HIGH BLUE AIR; Catapult (Nonfiction: Autobiography & Memoir) 16.95 ISBN: 9781936787548