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oxgang

(ˈɒksˌɡæŋ)
n
1. (Units) an old measure of farmland
2. (Agriculture) an old measure of farmland
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Contractor address : 111 Oxgang Road North, Ambulance Station
Michael Rayson, 32, of Oxgang Close, Redcar, fined PS400 and ordered to pay PS3.
The same price tag secured the top lamb in the Oxgang Farm pen of Ms McClanachen, Carrutherstown Road, Dumfries, with Ms Chalmers being the purchaser.
Contract Award Notice: The purpose of the Works is to undertake repairs which are necessary for maintaining the structural integrity of Oxgang Bridge, Kirkintilloch.
An open can of lager was found in the home on Oxgang Close, Redcar, prosecutor David Crook told Teesside Crown Court yesterday The fingerprints of Brandon Gray were found on the kitchen window.
Parents and pupils of Gartconner, Woodhill, St Joseph's, Lennoxtown, Oxgang, Merkland and Auchinairn primaries joined the protest.
Contract Notice: The purpose of the Works is to undertake repairs which are necessary for maintaining the structural integrity of Oxgang Bridge, Kirkintilloch.
AMONG the cases dealt with by Teesside Magistrates' Court on December 12 were: Steven Paul Bailey, 45, of Oxgang Close, Redcar, fined PS265 with PS215 costs for failing to notify of a change in circumstances.
MOORE Sylvia (nee Hall) Peacefully on August 12, Sylvia, aged 77 years, formerly of Oxgang Close, Redcar.
David Peter Gillies, 31, of Oxgang Close, Redcar, banned from driving for 16 months and fined pounds 200 and pounds 100 costs for drink-driving.
Emma Bavin targeted the home of Alex Sampson on Oxgang Close, Redcar twice in five days at about 3.
Nancy worked at the Saltburn Electric Laundry before becoming a warden for sheltered accommodation at Thrushwood Crescent, Marske, and Oxgang Close, Redcar.