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spinney

(spĭn′ē)
n. pl. spin·neys Chiefly British
A small grove; a copse.
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Summing up, Philip Spinney said: "The evidence points to a spur of the moment decision made during an argument with his mother.
Summing up, Philip Spinney said: "The evidence points to a spur-ofthe-moment decision made during an argument with his mother.
We have moved on, but Spinney has no doubt that another pandemic is inevitable.
And Spinney found, all too painfully, that even a longed-for death comes with crushing grief.
Essentially, this lunacy opens the door for a Pershing II follow on and possibly a new Ground Launched Cruise Missile," Spinney said.
The Spinney, which lies between the road and the properties, is owned by the council, not Kenilworth Road residents.
The participating schools were: All Saints Upton, St Bede's JS, Moorfield, St John Fisher, Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Spinney Avenue, St Michael's, Lunts Heath, Farnworth, Widnes Academy, and St Basil's.
Spinney, who has played Big Bird since Sesame Street started in 1969, said of the disaster: "I couldn't believe how horrible it was - we were grieving for the pilots and the teacher, for their families.
Spinney has played Big Bird since Sesame Street started in 1969.
Meanwhile, Sam Spinney of Eryri Harriers won the Tour de Llyn Llydaw fell race near Llanberis on New Year's Day.
Research is ongoing but it is believed that the spinney at the bottom of Chamberlain Road was given to the city as a memorial to him.
Spinney said it will use the site as a dedicated cold storage and distribution centre to manage food and non-food products and for both UAE stores and international markets.