hostry


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hostry

(ˈhəʊstrɪ)
n, pl -ries
an inn or lodging house, hostelrya stable
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Whilst it is a pity that a work of such depth and diversity has not been snapped up by a leading institution it seems appropriate that the work is free to travel and for the moment Norwich, with its history as a point through which many people have travelled, would appear to be a most welcoming, suitable and appropriate hostry.
In some ways, he is himself at fault for giving up his authority to a woman who is common in every sense, "That he wold trust a tapster of a comon hostry,/For comenly for the most part, they been wyly echon" (ll.
People living in Llantilio Crossenny, near Abergavenny, along with members of the Campaign for Real Ale, had opposed plans to convert the Hostry.
At Norwich Cathedral Hostry, Hopkins Architects rose to the challenge of working in a beautiful and very imposing setting.