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WIH

Abbreviation for:
war is hell
work in hand
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There is ample parking for several cars at the front of Hallow Views, and access to the double garage.
The neighbour, Colm Donnelly, is the first link to the truth of what lies in the forest; he has lost his own daughter to the Hallow, because the forest belongs to the Hallow, creatures that had been driven out of their land by conquerors using iron and fire.
Tickets to the "The Secret of Hallow Inn" is at PHP 750 nett per child and PHP 500 nett per adult and is inclusive of snacks, giveaways and fun activities!
Father-of-two Stephen Allan, 43, who says just last week he found a knife and a cannabis pipe in his corridor, said: "This has been going on for months." Throckley's neighbourhood Inspector Jan Harrison said: "We have been called to Hallow Drive a number of times over recent months and know that local residents have had repeated problems with a small minority of troublemakers.
Officers said a number of boxes of cigarettes were taken from Hallow but nothing was taken in the second raid.
Hallow is a short drive to the north of Worcester with its own church, primary school and village hall.
An All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant in the last election in Ekiti State, Engr Kayode Ojo, has said the jeers hurled at President Muhammadu Buhari during the budget presentation held on Wednesday signposted that the leadership of both chambers have lost grip of the two hallowed chambers.
Halloween is a shortened version of All Hallows Eve.
Richard Clive Hallows, of Wold Court, Hawarden, was deemed by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) to have given reason to suspect dishonesty on his part and ordered to close his Mold practice (Hallows Associates) in February.
Stephensons Solicitors LLP are acting as the 'Intervening Solicitors' in the case of Hallows Associates.
The group uncovered burial stones as part of the St Conval to All Hallows archaeology project in Inchinnan.
EST - "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1"