Within a month William the Scabby
was well enough to make a pilgrimage to Bishop Thomas' tomb in Hereford and a few years later in 1320, the cleric was declared a saint, William the Scabby
's survival having been judged a miracle.
How to cook them ( loads of salt in your boiling water, remove the scabby
outer leaves and don't put crosses or anything in the root, and boil till just cooked.
Mr Cordery knows well this is not the pungent scabby
old reveller we remember from the history plays, but a man who recounts his misfortunes with comic relish.
According to officials, random testing validated Australian Merino sheep were suffering from scabby
WITH her scabby
skin and bald patches, she doesn't look like a "wonder dog".
Then try some noisy card games like Snap and Scabby
Queen, where everyone gets the chance of a legitimate yell or two, while draughts, backgammon and chess can be adapted to suit all ages.
Imagine a new Ferrari having a scabby
old Skoda interior.
Euroland is awash with posters and leaflets on the streets, while I've just had three scabby
leaflets popped through my door.
Use about a spade full per square yard as a general rule, but don't apply where you're going to plant potatoes next year or the potatoes will be scabby
It could also become sore or itchy and can become encrusted, scabby
They became known as the Sensible Six - as former Labour minister Dr Jack Cunningham called them - or the Scabby
Six, as the other side of the fence viewed the situation.
The petite presenter told us she was so scabby
she didn't want to leave the house, let alone be seen on screen and has been holed up at home watching Disney DVDs.