pennyland


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pennyland

(ˈpɛnɪˌlænd)
n
1. (Historical Terms) in Caithness and the Orkney and Shetland islands a piece of land on which one penny's worth of tax was owed to the overlord
2. (Historical Terms) in Scotland a piece of land for which the rent was one penny
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Contract Notice: Considered for inclusion on the Councils Select List of Tenderers for extension works at Pennyland Primary School.
Deputy Morna O'Hagan broke the news of the love-split to staff at the 250- pupil Pennyland Primary in Thurso, Caithness.
Pennyland Primary have sent out an appeal to the local community to collect tokens for our fabulous Kit For Kids campaign.
Mr Noble is a policeman at the Dounreay nuclear plant and lives with his family on the Pennyland housing estate.
The Atkinson, Lord Street, Southport, 01704 533 333 - Sat, 9 Dec Dead Rebel, plus guests Music from Dead Rebel with The Rills, Pennylands, Flooded Basement, Salvador, The Difference and Lost Boy.
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East Ayrshire Street parties at Crawford Place, Drongan, Pennylands View, Auchinleck, Polqueys Road, New Cumnock, and Islay Place, Wardneuk.
At a meeting of lanes, turn right along Pennylands bank.