Lockwood home

Lockwood home

(ˈlɒkˌwʊd)
n
(Building) trademark NZ a house built of timber planks that lock together without the use of nails
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The order was made after Tapping assaulted her in the early hours of August 21 at her Lockwood home.
SIX people fled their Lockwood home after a fire which started when a pan was left unattended.
He had previously admitted assaulting Laura McNaught at her Lockwood home.
The woman, who is visually impaired, tried to stop Lexus Wake-field after he targeted her Lockwood home.
TWO people had a lucky escape when a fire started in their Lockwood home.
It means he is virtually confined to his Lockwood home, as he has trouble walking.
Now the 82-year-old Korean veteran - who is battling cancer - has been forced to scrap the car, costing him pounds 2,000 and leaving him a virtual prisoner in his Lockwood home.
The dogknappers struck in the Haigh Street car park just outside Janice's Lockwood home at 4.
Louis at her home LABOUR Peer Lord Boateng was treated to a West Indian dish by Grenada-born Cynthia St Louis at her Lockwood home.
In the second attack, on September 3, mum-of-five Angela Walker had been up to Crosland Moor post office and was strolling back to her Lockwood home through fields off Gilbert Grove when a dog pounced.
Ann Colam-Ainsworth, a mother and grandmother, had not been seen since she went missing from her Lockwood home at 6am last Thursday.
TRASHED: Rubbish outside the Deighton home of Steven and Lesley Clarke; MESS: Rubbish outside the Lockwood home of Glenda Bedeau