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a plant community on alkaline, neutral or slightly acid peat that is wet and usually low-lying.
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Multiple search teams had been looking for Mr Mills around his home in Fenny Drayton after he disappeared on Monday.
Fenny had been buying champagne earlier in a four-star hotel before going there with about 15 colleagues from his family's waste management company on December 14, 2014.
Fenny described the stadium as a "well-loved venue" and added: "Not only is it a key sports ground, but it is also a hugely popular meeting and event venue with a superb team of on-site chefs and I can't wait to get started.
Mr Fenny said: "He pinned her to the bed and forced more and more nuts into her mouth.
Juliette Bishop, Tesco's corporate affairs manager, said: "The site at Fenny Lock is now over 20 years old and can no longer provide the space needed to hold the range and volume of products needed to supply our stores for the future.
Fenny Compton lies close to the Burton Dassett Hills where South Warwickshire meets North Oxfordshire and South Northamptonshire.
Variously known an "intermittent fever" or "ague," malaria had been endemic in the marshy, fenny lowlands of Europe and Africa for millennia.
The woman was stabbed in the stomach outside the Roman Way Tavern in Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, on Friday evening.
We eat (under a corrugated plastic roof) a lunch of local favorite fish curry that costs all of $2 (including a glass of the potent drink fenny, made from cashew nuts).
Still, in this rain soft as fog that can only be known to be rain by the windows' streaming, surely all Being at bottom is happy - soaked to the bone, sopped at the root, fenny, seeped through, yielding as coffee grounds yield to their percolation, blushing, completely seduced, assenting as they give in to the downrushing water, the murmur of falling, the fluvial, purling wash of all the ways matter loves matter: riding its gravity down, into the body, rising through cell-strands of xylem, leaflet and lung-flower, back into air.
Principal battles: Boulogne (1544), Le Treport (1545); Fenny Bridge (near Exeter), Clyst St.
Doreen Fenny lay on the cold, wet concrete until 1.