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merestone

(ˈmɪəˌstəʊn)
n
a stone marking a boundary
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Noun1.merestone - an old term for a landmark that consisted of a pile of stones surmounted by an upright slab
landmark - a mark showing the boundary of a piece of land
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Holland, aged 21, of Ansty Road, Coventry, pleaded guilty at the crown court in Leamington to two charges of burglary at houses in Merestone Close, Southam, on July 10.
New York, NY-based Xethanol Corporation, a leading biotechnology integration and ethanol production company, recently announced the addition of Richard Ditoro, currently a principal in consulting firm Merestone Development, to the company's board of directors.
Behrens, non-executive Chairman of the Board; David Ames, Xethanol's President and Chief Executive Officer; Christopher d'Arnaud-Taylor, founder and former CEO of Xethanol; Edwin Klett, senior counsel with the law firm of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney; Larry Bellone, EVP Corporate Development of Xethanol; and Richard Ditoro, a principal in the consulting firm Merestone Development.
The break-ins all happened on Wednesday and saw homes targeted in Sandford Way, Dunchurch, Percival Road and Charter Road in Rugby, and two addresses in Merestone Close, Southam.
Ditoro is currently a principal in the consulting firm Merestone Development, providing due diligence, financial modeling, market research, acquisition candidate profiling and strategic partnering advice and assistance to clients in the life sciences and specialty chemical sectors.
THIEVES moved a 4x4 Jeep so they could steal a motorbike in Merestone Close, Southam.
Stephanie Lamb, of Merestone Close, depends on her parents, Anne and Claudio, and people around her for support.