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pinnock

(ˈpɪnək)
n
(Animals) archaic any of various small songbirds such as the dunnock
References in classic literature ?
of the said town; and the Sieur de Bierbecque, and Jehan Pinnock, and Jehan Dymaerzelle, etc.
Perhaps it comes from the school diet,--watery rice-pudding spiced with Pinnock.
Now the council has heard Clr Cathy Scott responding to a question from Clr Kath Pinnock on weight limits for a wheeled bin.
Pinnock is still currently living on her own in Los Angeles and working with her attorney and community activists to lobby Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey to press charges against Former CHP Officer Daniel Andrew before the statute of limitations runs out.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock is a member of which X Factor-winning group?
by Jonathan Pinnock Ever wondered about the other people in the world who share your name?
With help from other excavators on the project, Pinnock describes the archaeological finds from the Roman period near Nostell Priory, a Palladian mansion built in 1733 and in the care of Britain's National Trust since 1953.
For Dale Pinnock, a chef and author of new cook book The Medicinal Chef, this landmark moment happened last year when he was on The Alan Titchmarsh Show.
The firm said that it has appointed a former head at Nomura Inc (NYSE: NMR), Matt Pinnock, in addition to other appointments including James Scully and Ashish Patel, to enhance its business.
Bedfont scored against the run of play when Solomon Pinnock fired in from close range.
Marcus Graham, Craig Hines and Stuart Pinnock were after a man to "settle a grievance" but they wrongly went to the home of the woman in Cannock Road, Featherstone.
Angelene Pinnock died of leukaemia last March and was laid to rest at Pitsea Crematorium in Essex.