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spinney

(spĭn′ē)
n. pl. spin·neys Chiefly British
A small grove; a copse.
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Spinney now has three branches including Cranage in Cheshire and Silverdale, in North Staffordshire, as well as the new addition.
Spinney now have three branches including Cranage in Cheshire, Silverdale in North Staffordshire as well as the new edition.
Spinney, 84, helped create two characters that have indelibly marked the childhoods of millions of people.
For anyone who thinks of influenza as a biomedical problem with biomedical solutions, there is a lesson to be learned from Laura Spinney's book on the 1918 flu pandemic, Pale Rider: anthropology is a tool to be used to understand why disease control methods are not accepted by communities, and understanding anthropology--and the associated socioeconomic impact of pandemics--is just as much an integral aspect of the control of influenza as is the provision of antiviral drugs and vaccines.
"The incident is located on The Spinney in Cheadle @ manchesterfire @CheshireFire #Cheadle #Poynton #fire #Cheshire."
Mr Spinney said: "She asked him to leave and when he wouldn't she threatened to call the police.
Summing up, Philip Spinney said: "The evidence points to a spur of the moment decision made during an argument with his mother.
Supermarket chain Spinneys Dubai has announced plans to open 18 UAE stores by 2020 as part of an expansion drive.
The dreadful pandemic of 1918, writes Laura Spinney, 'engulfed the entire world in the blink of an eye.' Pinning down figures is difficult, but estimates of the final death toll reach as high as 100 million.
In Beyond the High Blue Air, Lu Spinney confronts every mother's worst nightmare and boldly searches the meaning of life and death.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Former US Defense Department senior analyst Chuck Spinney said that the United States will open the flood gates to a new wave of spending on strategic nuclear weapon systems if the White House withdraws from the venerable INF treaty.
A spokesman said: "So far we have not taken any legal action against anyone living on Kenilworth Road for their mistreatment of The Spinney. But this is an on-going process and it's an issue that we are still concerned about.