parrock

parrock

(ˈpærək)
n
a small field or enclosure; a pen
vb (tr)
to enclose (an animal) in a small field or space
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Along the Medway alone there were at least nineteen mills in the late eighteenth century, including the Hartfield Iron Mill, the Chafford Paper Mill, the Friar's Corn Mill, the Parrock Forge, and the Ramhurst Powder Mill--the last, of course, dedicated to the production of gunpowder.
6m diameter blades), field west Of Parrock Nook Farm, Long Causeway, Rishworth.
Environment Agency spokesman Simon Parrock said: "It's really quite unique as it's in the middle of a housing estate.
It's really quite unique as it's in the middle of a housing estate," said Environment Agency spokesman Simon Parrock yesterday.
Our winners won a shopping trip with image consultants Julie Sanders and Gary Barnes and pounds 70 towards clothes from Debenhams; hairstyling by Rena Parrock of Hair Express in the Lower Precinct and make up by Ultimall II beauty specialist Tia Distacio, based in Debenhams.
The winners were Mrs Barnard and Mrs Parrock from Ladbrook Park GC with 30 points.
Jingle Bell Ball" attendees will enjoy holiday refreshments and dance to the music of the Red Parrock Orchestra.
Installation of a single micro scale wind turbine, Field West Of Parrock Nook Farm, Long Causeway, Rishworth.
Although they struggled early on, with Katrina Parrock doing most of the damage.
WEXFORD: M D'Arcy; C O'Connor, C O'Loughlin, K Atkinson; N Lambert, M Leacy, A O'Connor; D Codd, J Dwyer 0-1; K Kelly, U Leacy 1-0 (pen), M O'Leary; L Holohan 0-1, U Jacob 1-5 (0-4fs), K Parrock.
Wexford made the significant move late on when Jacob registered two points and Katrina Parrock slotted her second of the day.
Fullforward line: K Parrock (W'ford), S Burns (Cork), T Rutledge (Galway), U Jacob (W'ford), V Curtin (Galway), C Grogan (Tipp), A Connolly (Galway), M Farrell (K'kenny), F Lafferty (Clare).