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limepit

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(Tanning) (in tanning) a pit containing lime in which hides are placed to remove the hair
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The village is on the Midland Main Line, and Ivanhoe Line trains stop at the Barrow-upon-Soar railway station | | The village is famous for a plesiosaur excavated in a nearby limepit in 1851, nicknamed the 'Barrow Kipper'.
Two crews from Dudley Fire Station attended the incident at the junction of Fairview Road and Limepit Lane, which involved a collision between a white BMW X3 and a white Suzuki Swift.
Right at the open limepit a child broke into tears: Mameh, I'm hungry, something to eat
BraveryWELSH firefighters Stephen Kilby and Stuart Baker were honoured yesterday for their part in saving a 23-stone man buried alive in a limepit.
Wolverhampton and Dudley Breweries wants to redevelop the site of Oaklands Farm in Limepit Lane, Huntington, near Cannock, after an earlier scheme to provide a pub there was abandoned.
The stark message follows reports of young people driving off-road bikes in a dangerous manner on Limepit Lane, Huntington, near Cannock, and between Huntington and Cavan's Wood.
The creation of a new roundabout at the junction of Cocksparrow Lane, Limepit Lane and A34 Stafford Road is now "virtually finished".
Cannock magistrates heard he was racing to pick his mother up for a dentist's appointment when caught in Limepit Lane, Huntington, on May 12.