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windle

(ˈwɪndəl)
n
1. (Knitting & Sewing) dialect a machine or device for winding thread or yarn
2. (Agriculture) obsolete Scot a bottle of straw or hay
vb (tr)
dialect to wind something round continuously
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The first business on the agenda paper," said McGinty, "is to read the following letter from Division Master Windle of Merton County Lodge 249.
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YThe touchpaper for the potentially explosive all-Brummie battle between Matt Windle and Don Broadhurst was lit on this page a month ago.
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Starting from the park-park ing area close to Windle Bridge Nursery, we walk in an easterly direction past the driveway leading to Scugdale Farm on the left and down the gentle slope towards brick-built properties on the right hand side of the roadway.
Jonathan Windle, of Cleveland Way in Shelley, admitted the offence on December 27.
Kathleen Windle, 48, threatened to teach Gloria Softley a lesson and said "I will have the last laugh" after she was sacked from the Hebburn Court Nursing Home in South Tyneside.
Llanmoor has announced the appointment of a new site manager, a new sales negotiator, and the promotion of Lindsay Windle to sales manager.