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Classic of the Plough, a book described in detail the curved iron pl
eld Cruising Club; a boat owners club, and The Plough; a country pub.
The village has a public house, The Plough, a village green, a children's play area, and
an first yoke the Khalkotauroi and use them to plough a field.
Barn is not run for profit, and the organisers plough all monies received from donations back into k
The Plough and the Stars (1936)
The Plough and the Stars; O'Casey Theatre Company
sne and four villans and five bordars with one plough and one mill rendering 5 shillings have one pl
In demesne is one plough and five villans and five cottars with one plo
The village pubs are The Plough and the country pub,Caunton Beck, both on Main
The village has two pubs; the Old Oak and the Plough and Harrow.
Broomfield has two pubs, The Plough and The Huntsman & Horn.
The village has a public house, the Plough, and a village hall.
The land consisted of work for one plough and four acres of meadow.
The Plough and the Stars by Sean O'Casey with Liam Neeson
included peasant's house, a yoke of oxen, the plough, and five acres of land.
The village inn is The Plough; and there is Pyecombe golf club just to the n
Hollywood to star in another O'Casey work, The Plough and the Stars (1936), directed by John Ford.
land the figure is sometimes called the Starry Plough and has been used as a political symbol.
Today only the Plough and the Hare and Hounds remain in business (se
The Wonder, The Albion, The Plough and The George are all within walking distance
There is one public house, The Plough and Anchor, and a derelict Village Hall blown
Centurion on Newark Road; and the Harrows, the Plough and the Lincoln Green on Lincoln Road.
os about farming with horses, Harnessed to the Plough and First Steps to the Furrow, working with hi
The village has two public houses - The Plough and The Cock Inn, both of which are situated a
in Rokemarsh were all public houses, while the Plough and Harrow in Berrick Salome, now Plough Cotta
Jim Prescott and became the house band at The Plough and Stars in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
am, granted liberty to the monks of Melrose to plough and sow the lands of Blanslie and the plain be
In 1984, both the Plough and the brewery were featured as the final des
here were as many as three pubs (including The Plough and The Fox), serving as coaching inns.
l pubs (The Boathouse, The Admiral Nelson, The Plough, and The Wheatsheaf), a selection of shops (in
poetry and plays, and contains "Freed from the Plough and Other Innocent Tales", "Stone Keeper", "Th
Carats, And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, The Plough and the Stars, The Glass Menagerie, Morning's
The Plough Arts Centre runs many creative workshops for p
The Plough Arts Centre is a theatre, cinema and art galle
The Plough arts centre on Fore Street in the centre of Gr
ten years from 1992 the Beaford Centre ran The Plough arts centre in Torrington.
ost eastern (leftmost) star in the Big Dipper ( Plough) asterism.
e village is notable for its public house, The Plough at Stalisfield Green.
The Plough at Stalisfield Green was awarded 'restaurant o
Dodd was a plough boy from Hackney, London, who made his fortune
"The Plough Boy" by W. Shield
Gifford was sent in turn to work as a plough boy, a ship's boy, student, and cobbler's appr
The pub which is now known as The Plough burnt down and was rebuilt in 1896.
l replied, “No one, having put his hand on the plough can look back.”
the setting up of a joint stock company, "The Plough Company", to plant working colonists in New En
ssell as an agriculturalist with one hand on a plough, corn ears in the other and sheep at his feet.
of pollen and peat samples indicated that the plough could not be allocated to any period with cert
Although badly crushed by recent plough damage it can be seen to have been 14 cm high
There is a human at a plough drawn by two oxen, holding what might be a bra
Putting Hand to the Plough Dublin, Veritas 2007).
ered, although seats were not installed in the Plough End, which is also called the Northfleet End,
ters typically sit in the Main Stand or in the Plough End.
tinued, and the first tenants in 2008 were the Plough Foundation, who leased 4,358 square feet (404.
Why the Walle Plough had been deposited in a bog is not known.
After the plough had begun to physically deteriorate around 193
By the time the horse calms down again, the plough has been broken.
One local pub, The Plough, has an old stable block and both are grade II
s an ancient settlement, and from its soil the plough has brought to light many evidences of occupat
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There is now one plough in demesne and three villans have one plough.
e area that eight oxen were said to be able to plough in one year.
Azure, a fess or, in chief a plough, in base, a ship in full sail, both proper.
published an 'Essay on the Construction of the Plough,' in which he employed mathematical calculatio
d (2005) - a series of new writing from Paines Plough, including Philp Ridley's controversial Mercur
Plough, Incorporated bought WMPS in 1948, and Radio C
The Plough Inn
The Plough Inn Marsham
Blundeston has two pubs - The Plough Inn and The Red Lion.
Only the latter two (The Plough Inn and The Royal Fusilier) are still in busin
turnpike road past Staverton Bridge, the then Plough Inn and Arle Court.
Gloucestershire Gentleman and Yeomanry at the Plough Inn in Cheltenham.
hese only the church (rebuilt in 1841) and the Plough Inn remain, and are still used for their inten
lon), Dusty's Wine Bar (now the pharmacy), The Plough Inn and The Royal Fusilier at Aingers Green.
algrave, civil parish, and is home to the "The Plough Inn" public house.
The village has one pub called the ' Plough Inn', serving meals and housing a well-used po
The Plough Inn, Finstock
There is also a public house, The Plough Inn, dating from the 17th century, and a Metho
s through the middle of Eastbury, and past The Plough Inn, which holds The Great Eastbury Duck Race
he library and three pubs: The Bulls Head, The Plough Inn, and The Railway at the other end of the v
ed over in February 2010, at a ceremony at the Plough Inn, to each of the Meningitis Trust, the Nott
Alvescot has one public house, the Plough Inn.
end of the village opposite Manor Farm is the Plough Inn.
decided to demolish the Hall to raise money to plough into the Estate.
ves passed the crossover and the leading coach plough into the ballast.
Beaford withdrew in 2002, and The Plough is now again independent.
The village pub, The Plough, is a 17th century Grade II listed building.
In the asado al disco the worn out disc of a plough is used.
The Plough is situated in a former Territorial Army drill
The Plough is next to the old village green at the corner
The Plough is significant because the North Star (Polaris
The Starry Plough is often used as a symbol to represent the Iri
The Plough is well known in the local area for its tradit
Land for 1 plough; it is there.
n to commissioning feasibility studies of both Plough Lane and Wimbledon Stadium.
Plough Lane's South Stand, pictured in 2000
Given Plough Lane's location at the junction of two major r
grid reference TQ301644 and was accessed from Plough Lane, the platforms lying to the immediate eas
ledon in the Football League First Division at Plough Lane.
ge of the 3-2 win by Wimbledon over Arsenal at Plough Lane.
Bronze Age plough marks.
The name of one of the characters in Speed the Plough, Mrs Grundy, has entered the English language
early credits include Killing Camille (Paines Plough, Old Red Lion 1990, a rehearsed reading direct
The emblem represents a sable plough on gules background; it is the symbol of the l
End on the Cambridge to Royston road, and the Plough on the High Street.
The emblem represents a sable plough on or square, with the sides curved and the co
d historian, would succeed President Thomas R. Plough on July 1, 2007.
nd Great Britain, this pattern is known as the Plough or sometimes the Saucepan.
w lost to history (such as using a horse-drawn plough or threshing) and investigation and preservati
As the 15th president of the institution, Plough oversaw an aggressive eight-year Centennial Ca
The Plough Pub in Swalecliffe.
The Plough pub closed many years ago.
The former Plough Pub which was a landmark on the bus routes fro
The Plough pub, one of two in the village (the other bein
Wyverstone used to have the Plough pub, a mid 16th building on Mill Road, but it
RAF Chailey memorial at the Plough public house, Plumpton
er Ray and includes the Tally Ho hotel and the Plough public house.
Plough Publishing page of 9 free e-books and articles
the Welsh Football League, they play at their Plough Road ground which opened in the mid 1990s.
eld Road on the edge of Putney in the west, to Plough Road near Clapham Junction in the east, and fr
Road sign showing the official name Plough Roundabout
now remains - its site is now occupied by the Plough Roundabout.
The Plough serves hand-drawn Fullers beers and featured i
the Seabed (350 from the Shore) - 2007, Paines Plough, Shakespeare's Globe
Common to locally very common; the dominant plough shell on Atlantic shores.
Bullia digitalis, the Finger Plough Shell or Plough Snail, is a species of sea sna
Bullia rhodostoma, common name the smooth plough shell, is a species of sea snail, a marine gas
Bullia laevissima, common name the fat plough shell, is a species of sea snail, a marine gas
does not have pleated whorls like the Pleated Plough Shell.
Various plough shells on the southern African coast look simi
All the common plough shells on the coast can only de differentiated
Plough symbol to represent farmers of Telangana state
The plough symbolizes the reclamation of the fields and t
The Golden Plough Tavern, built in 1741 on the same site as the
corded that allowance was made for the want of Plough teams between 1200 and 1202, at the rate of si
said that he would rather break clods behind a plough than have this sort of kingly rule.
"And as the horse and I plough the field nearby,
There are three other pubs in Prestbury; the Plough, the Beehive and the Royal Oak.
The village is home to three pubs, the Plough, the Black Horse Inn and the Wheatsheaf, all o
llage has several public houses, including The Plough, The Star, The Ship & Castle and The Old Inn.
Three quarters of the island is given up to plough, the chief crops being dagusa and teff, both d
s one shop and four pubs: The Orange Tree, The Plough, The Foresters and The Horse and Groom at Leyt
h, and every other person keeping a draught or plough there, was to provide a cart or wain equipped
ng to ride and the sturdy cycle frame seems to plough through road bumps reasonably well despite hav
c house was built in 1637 and was known as The Plough until 1798 when it was renamed The Lord Nelson
ontaining the possible mines were disturbed by plough use this cannot be made definite.
The Plough was founded in 1975.
A plough was being used and the land was worth ten shil
While cultivating, the blade of his plough was broken by hitting with some hard material.
Lupton's public house, the Plough was recently refurbished by new owners.
The Plough was the first constellation of the "Way of Enl
around the church (Holy Trinity) and pub (The Plough) where the B2115 meets the B2110, but the haml
Accordingly, he outfitted a small ship, The Plough, which sailed for Massachusetts with 80 people
re recorded, including the Fox and Hounds, the Plough, which closed in 1961, and the Three Horseshoe
rfield, the RAF demolished the local pub, 'The Plough', which was located at the end of the runway,
In 1991 financial problems threatened The Plough with closure: it was saved through a merger wi
as marketed in the U.S. until 2005 by Schering Plough with royalty payments for licensing made to Va
This land paid geld, was enough for one plough with one slave and one bordar, a mill paying 1
gine along with a Threshing machine and an old plough with the Ploughing engine.
length) was the distance a team of oxen could plough without resting.
                                                                                                    


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