Stoak


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v. t.1.(Naut.) To stop; to choke.
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He sustained severe head and chest injuries in the accident in Stoak, Cheshire.
Section B champion went to Mr Sandy Anderson's 11-year-old palomino stallion, Stoak Tuscany, produced by Colin Tibbey from Bala, and judged by Mrs McInnes Skinner from Norfolk.
WE'D considered The Bunbury Arms in Stoak, near Ellesmere Port's Cheshire Oaks shopping centre, as our little secret.
The painful and disabling consequences of RA are accompanied by a variety of behavioral and affective changes (van Lankerveld, Naring, van der Stoak, van's Pad, & van de Putte, 1993).
There were 37 accidents in 2015 between junction 12 at Beechwood and junction 15 at the Stoak interchange/M53 turn-off.
The Highways Agency is spending Au600,000 to re-waterproof and resurface the carriageway around junction 15 of the M56 at Stoak Interchange where the motorway links to the M53.
Lawrence's Church, Stoak on Thursday, February 12th at 10.
Section A Rookery Sound of Music commanded a price of pounds 6,000 whilst cream Section B fillies Stoak Tanya and Laithehill Valeta fetched pounds 4,400 and pounds 3,000 respectively.
30pm followed by interment at St Lawrence's Church, Stoak.
A public exhibition is to be held at the Stoak and Little Stanney Village Hall, Stanney Lane, Little Stanney today between 1pm and 8pm and tomorrow between 10am and 6pm at the same venue.
The former Acorns school and Stoak Lodge hostel could deliver 12 homes respectively each and Sherbourne Road is in line for 10.