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spinney

(spĭn′ē)
n. pl. spin·neys Chiefly British
A small grove; a copse.
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In a statement read out by Mr Spinney on behalf of Christian Harrison, Samuel's father, he said he found Samuel and tried to revive him with the help of a neighbour.
Mr Spinney recorded a narrative conclusion, and said Samuel died "as a result of his own actions".
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.
Successive US administrations and congresses were sleep-walking into a new and avoidable nuclear arms race with Russia, Spinney cautioned.
The Kenilworth Road Conservation Area includes The Spinney and obliges the council to stop anything that "detracts from the character and appearance of the area.
Spinney won the five-mile race with 594 feet of ascent in 47 minutes 51 seconds.
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.
George Spinney, via email You're right, Mr Spinney, and every time we reread the issue, we find something else we wish we would have caught before press time.
com)-- Mark Spinney has joined RE/MAX Alliance Group as a Realtor in the Bradenton office.
The groom is the son of Seward and Marie Spinney, of Berlin.
Lorie Lyne Spinney was a passenger in a 1987 Mazda Rx7 driven by Leon Wendt of Alsea that failed to stop at a stop sign and collided with 2006 Subaru Legacy at Oak Street and Denny School Roads, according to the Linn County Sheriff.