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withe, 1
1. A partition dividing two flues in the same chimney stack.
2. A flexible, slender twig or branch; an osier; esp. used to tie down thatching on roofs.
3. Each continuous vertical section of wall, one masonry unit in thickness.
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The Championship play-off final with Derby is the biggest game Villa have had since Withe's goal beat Bayern Munich 1-0 in Rotterdam 37 years ago today.
Withe is best remembered for scoring the goal that defeated Bayern Munich and won the European Cup in 1982.
Withe, now 67, was the last brink of becoming the next to hit the mark after his double against the Tractor Boys took his season's total to 19.
Also present were other former England players, who were all heroes of the Aston Villa team that won the European Cup 1-0 in 1982 - Gordon Cowans, Tony Morley and the goalscorer Peter Withe.
TGareth Withe's Houston home, shared with wife Jennifer and children Isla, one, and three-year-old Cara, was devastated by the megastorm, his brother has revealed.
Withe, who achieved the feat in the club's 1981 First Division titlewinning season, has been impressed with the impact Kodjia has made.
The crowning glory was winning the European Cup final in 1982 against the might of Bayern Munich when Withe scored the winner.
Withe - the former Town assistant boss - will always be remembered as the player who 30 years ago scored the winning goal for Villa in their European Cup final triumph over Bayern Munich in Rotterdam.
Andrew Hodson and Geoff Withe, owners of Entire Facility Management Services Ltd, were the match day sponsors of the recent Tranmere Rovers v Carlisle Game.
A number of companies display their products in the fair, which creates a commercial platform withe the aim of further improving cooperation between Turkey and the regional countries.