Pigeon house

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a dovecote.
- Halliwell.

See also: Pigeon

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St David's Caravan Park in Red Wharf Bay, the Bodafon Caravan Park in Benllech, Glan Gors in Brynteg, Ty'n Rhos and Melin Rhos in the Moelfre and Pigeon House Parciau Caravan Park in Marian Glas have all signed up to the Safe Parks scheme which encourages residents and visitors to photograph and forensically mark their property.
The second floor had been left for years and had become a pigeon house and we have had to deal with all of that.
There above the entrance to the monastery was the pigeon house with Arabic numerals painted beside its entrance, a comfortingly stable feature when these days everything around us seems to be in flux.
Funding for the design and construction of water quality projects/BMP%s to reduce pollutant discharges in stormwater runoff within the TMDL listed watersheds such as Pigeon House Branch and Perry Creek.
Our pictures show the elite units training at the Pigeon House ESB centre in Ringsend, South Dublin, yesterday.
We don't know if the council wants a giant pigeon house or just a pigeon monument, which is for practical use," he said.
Trees had also fallen across the road at Pigeon House Lane, Hope near Wrexham and on Hoseley Lane, Marford and two telegraph poles were down at Erbistock, Wrexham.
The number of birdhouses has decreased to 10 for several reasons but nearly every house in the town had a pigeon house in the past.
And the three people sitting around an empty table in The Pigeon House, 2010, conjure the insular, enigmatic tableaux of Fairfield Porter.
Peppy the Paint from Pigeon House Self Pub, 2010 unpaged $20.
The buildings on the group's list include: the Marine Buildings, Dock Road, Penarth; the former Miners Hall, Newcastle Street, Merthyr Tydfil; and, The Pigeon House, Cilwendeg Farm, Capel Colman, Pembrokeshire.